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Opinion: Welcome to Mozilla Firefox-OS (Guest Post)

“Welcome to a new, open and powerful mobile world! We launched the Boot to Gecko project to enable the Open Web as a platform for mobile devices. We’re making innovation possible by driving the development of new Web standards.” In Full Circle Podcast 30, [the team] briefly mention the new Firefox OS and questioned why … Continue reading

How-to: Add Local Dictionaries to Firefox Web Browser

If you don’t live in the US of A and would prefer your Firefox browser to be a little more local, you can add local dictionaries such as the British English Dictionary 1.19.1 by Mark Tyndall or the British English Dictionary R1.19 for Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey by David Bartlett. Both are very handy plugins, … Continue reading

How-to: Block Video Ads with Adblock Video for Firefox

AdBlock Video is a Firefox extension which will kills the commercials in Hulu and other online video players, specifically those that insert the ads as a pre-roll before the video content that you actually requested. For those who believe that ad-blocking is tantamount to theft, you might want to reconsider the ‘contract under’ which such … Continue reading

How-to: Use a Web Browser in Private Mode

Anyone using a modern web browser (hang fire for a definition of ‘modern’) should be able to block some online tracking technologies such as flash cookies and web trackers that can covertly share your online activities and history. However, the chances are you’ve not enabled it. Not because you don’t care about your online privacy, … Continue reading

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