Mozilla, today released a preview of their next-gen browser, Firefox. As I’ve done many-a-times, I encourage everyone to download this fine piece of software. This release is a glimpse of what is to come in the finished version – which is due next month. A couple improvements I’ve noticed so far are greatly increased page rendering and a new RSS bookmark system. Very cool!
Today’s a big day for Mozilla as they’ve always released fresh builds of their self-titled browser (which is now at 1.7.3) and email client, Thunderbird. The changes to Thunderbird are just what I’ve been waiting for before I make the switch from Outlook. They’ve added the ability to share folders between accounts, instead of having an independent list for each. It also comes stocked with a built-in RSS feed reader.
Anyways, if you like good shit that works – you should probably consider downloading some of Mozilla’s free software.
Related: Mozilla had a design group called hicksdesign do the Firefox and Thunderbird logos. Check out the process from start to finish..