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Working on PDF.js

So last week I started working on a bug for PDF.js. I spoke to the developers of the library, on IRC, and they advised me to concentrate on a different bug because this particular one was an edge case and not easily implemented. 171 more words

Open Source

The Mozilla Manifesto

The first thing I do when I install a new web browser is set up the web apps that I use over and over again.  That includes Hootsuite, Gmail, Google +, Facebook, and the Scribefire blog editor. 185 more words


Windows Nighly 64 bit test day

Why not come along to the windows 64 bit nighly test day this Saturday from 9am to 3pm

PS we are looking for moderators at the event



UglyEmail reveals when senders secretly track your email activity, personal info

by Ian Paul

Advertising companies aren’t just tracking your web browsing habits—some marketers secretly monitor your email usage to discover a startling amount of information about you, too. 448 more words


When Internet Explorer Ruled the World

The government tried to destroy Microsoft for giving away a browser

By JEFFREY A. TUCKER – Re-Blogged From www.fee.org
Microsoft announced this month that it was finally taking Internet Explorer out behind the woodshed, officially ending its two decade reign as the king (and then later the court jester) of web browsers. 1,407 more words

GDP & Employment

Fully patched versions of Firefox, Chrome, IE 11 and Safari exploited at Pwn2Own hacking competition

As in years past, the latest patched versions of the most popular web browsers around stood little chance against those competing in the annual Pwn2Own hacking competition. 217 more words


Foxbrowsing: So Far, So Mixed

Which browser? I changed my answer from Chrome to Firefox about 3 months ago. Firefox remains my answer to the browser question on the lap/desk. 102 more words