Full Article Attached Lizard Rocks!

Saturday February 12th, 2000

Asheesh Laroia has written a little ditty to celebrate Mozilla, sung to the tune of "Cleveland Rocks". Click "Full Article" below to see the song.

We also have added another tune from Waldo on the second page of the article, sung to the tune of "Pinball Wizard".

#1 I know this formatting will get f*cked but...

by Waldo

Saturday February 12th, 2000 10:36 PM

(just imagine a return after every line)


Mozilla Lizard


the whois

Ever since I was a young boy, I watched my browser crawl. IE and Navigator-- their layout would just stall. But I just got a nightly build. Open sourced and small That Mozilla alpha Sure was a clean install!

It is multi-platform, and works on my machine. Standards compliant. Lays out nice and clean. Thank God the UI's flexible, the one now will APPALL. More than a browser... Sure was a clean install!

The Mozilla lizard There has got to be a twist. Mozilla lizard JWZ will be pissed.

How do you think it does it? I don't know! What makes it so good?

Sure it's got detractors, But check out the whistles and bells. Think it's taking too long? Let's blame AOL. Why don't you get the source code? You can fix it all. That last milestone download sure was a clean install!

I thought IE was the HTML shit. But I just handed the browser crown to it.

When it renders tables, it can beat the best. The thing is less than ten megs, (of course that is compressed), Leaner than the Pisa tower, Meaner than Darth Maul That Mozilla lizard sure was a clean install!

#2 uhhh

by megaloB

Sunday February 13th, 2000 1:42 AM


still waiting for the remix

#3 Re: uhhh

by Tanyel

Sunday February 13th, 2000 9:25 AM

Will Puff Daddy be in it?

#5 Re: Re: uhhh

by gwalla

Monday February 14th, 2000 7:40 PM

No, he'll just sample it and claim it's original

#4 Other Mozilla-ish filk songs...

by elig

Monday February 14th, 2000 10:41 AM

* Steve Savitzky ( wrote a song upon the release of Mozilla.

* (totally unrelated but hilarious) Jeff Hitchin, a SQA engineer at Microsoft, wrote "Tech Support", about his experience as an phone support support slave. Available from