Category Archives: Browsers

Firefox/Leopard Woes

I think Rob Hyndman has cursed me. After reading about his Leopard woes, I politely commiserated but privately was thankful my install of Leopard had been problem-free. Today, however, my MacBook isn’t quite the same – and I’m not sure … Continue reading

The New and Improved Flock?

Just out of curiosity, I checked out the list of companies slated to appear at the TechCrunch40 conference (aka The New Demo) this week. There are some pretty intriguing names (e.g. PowerSet, mEGO), a bunch I’ve never heard about, and … Continue reading

Firefox’s New Social Push

Deep in the Mozilla Labs (aka the place where cool stuff is developed for Firefox), they’re playing around with the idea (codenamed “The Coop”) of adding social networking tools to the browser. It’s based on the idea that sharing photos, … Continue reading

Firefox Fires Away

I’m not sure whether this is the right phrase but do consumers have a bad case of “upgrade fatigue” when it comes to Microsoft software? Look at Internet Explorer, which has seen its market share decline to about 80% in … Continue reading

How Quickly Will Blog-vertising Grow?

For the past six weeks, b5media has been actively trying to hiring an advertising sales manager so we can grow revenue and become less dependent on things such as text links and AdSense. In talking to potential candidates, one of … Continue reading

Firefox 2.0 – Not Quite Yet For Me

There's a lot of excitement about Firefox 2.0 (although it seems muted compared with 1.5) but I have no plans to jump on the bandwagon quite yet despite the new version's better security and better speed. Why not? It mostly … Continue reading