Tag: Mozilla

There’s power in your choices. This is a post about Chrome.

It’s likely that by reading this you build part of the Internet. It might be a small corner, but it’s yours and you built it. In the big picture not a lot of people can say that, and as a result your decisions carry weight. I don’t mean to sound weighty but I think it’s […]

Posted: September 26, 2018

Blink, WebKit, Google, Chrome, Mozilla, Servo; oh the Insanity! … right?

This week just got really interesting. It seems that just yesterday we were terrified of browser monoculture, but today we’re fearful of too much fragmentation.

Posted: April 04, 2013

Aurora 16 is out — Unprefixing time!

Aurora 16 is out — Unprefixing time ! ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog. The Mozilla team continues to be hard at work with some fantastic updates to Firefox. While I haven’t used the browser in a number of years now, it’s great to see some attention still devoted to native developer tools, […]

Posted: July 24, 2012

One year at Mozilla

One year at Mozilla | Rawkes. This is just a fantastically inspirational article. I’ve always had and always will have a soft spot in my heart for Mozilla. They’ve done an amazing thing and will go down in history (at least for me) as being an integral catalyst that helped to form the modern Web […]

Posted: July 17, 2012

Mozilla — Webmaker

Mozilla — Webmaker — mozilla.org. Another fantastic endeavor from Mozilla: Webmaker. Be sure to check out their article that introduces the project. I sincerely think this effort shines a light on an area that will do nothing but explode in years to come. The Web is a mind-blowing place not only for users, but also […]

Posted: May 23, 2012

MetaLab Goes Open Source?

While I’m nearly sure the details of this issue are nowhere near what people may want to make them out to be, it’s a shame things like this happen. Many people read the post and assume the board of directors itself over at Mozilla did everything they could to steal from MetaLab. That’s not the […]

Posted: March 10, 2010