Mozilla is a marvel. Six years ago it was born. Eighteen months ago its browser suite roared across the Web. Today, Mozilla released its “tiny, perfect browser,” Firefox.
Even the most casual reader of this little site will know I’m a big proponent of the browser; I’ve been using at work for nearly a year, but with this release, it becomes my default browser at home. (Yes, I’m finally giving up on the suite and downloading Thunderbird, too.)
While you’re waiting to download Firefox, give today’s entry from the browser’s proud lead engineer, Ben Goodyear, a read. In it, he explains what the Firefox browser is really all about.