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November 10, 2004



Is it true that California is six months ahead of the rest of the country in technology?

I installed Mozilla Firefox while living in Westwood this summer. Many UCLA students had been using the beta version of the browser in place of MIE. Now it seems the rest of the country is catching on.

I've been using Firefox for about six months now and I love it. (And I'm from Iowa so :-P to you uppity Californians.) There are some webpages that don't look quite right with Firefox so I keep IE around, too.


I still prefer Opera.


Welcome to Firefox! I've been using it since 0.8 came out and found it infinitely better than IE. One of the best features of Firefox is the ability to add in "extensions" on top of Firefox. Some suggested ones:

* Adblock - blocks ads
* All-in-One gestures - use mouse-strokes to go forward and backwards when browsing--once you start using it, you'll wish IE had it
* Gmail Notified
* Googlebar
* IE View - for times when you absolutely need IE, have it two-clicks away.


I installed it and am digging it. Thanks for the tip.

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