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This blog has sat here dead for a while. Reason is my lack of time regarding work with Mozilla. I have done it long (since Firefox 0.85) until 2006 I would say. Add-ons, openweb, new Mozilla projects and Mozillians. All this is still important. Even the FireOS is important.

Yet little time, so I invite writers who are interested in having a voice regarding these issues. To make this a collaboration, rather than a monologue.

Please fill the form if you are interested.


Written by Marco

29 July, 2015 at 8:59 am

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Well its it a bit old, but so cool:

You-Centric: The Future of Browsing from Carsonified on Vimeo.

So please comment on these idea, and how can !mozillamagazine benefit from this. Should we educate (ask our users to add weave and Ubiquity to their browsers?) of have a hackable page from the inside (the old web developers way?)

Written by Marco

28 October, 2009 at 12:03 pm