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Search on for SeaMonkey Slogans

Friday March 30th, 2007

In a newsgroup message, Robert "KaiRo" Kaiser has requested feedback on possible SeaMonkey slogans. KaiRo is interested in comments on his own proposals as well as original suggestions. Current proposals include "the suite, reborn", "browse. mail. compose. chat." and "suite life".

The search for slogans is part of an effort to ramp up marketing for the SeaMonkey project, which began as a community-driven continuation of the Mozilla Application Suite in 2005. Earlier this month, the United States Patent and Trademark Office published the applications for the SeaMonkey name trademark and SeaMonkey logo trademark for opposition.


#14 Re: brine shrimp and browsing.

by roseman

Friday April 6th, 2007 11:02 AM

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something about DHTML: <http://mrhall.org/gsl/brineshrimp/magnify.htm>

"This is probably one of the best magnifying glass scripts written in DHTML. Combines drag and drop methods with clip functions. Very useful if you have to present maps, town plans, large images, blueprints. Works with IE4x and NN4x."

does not work for me :( *sniff*

OK, here is ahte REAL connection, as per: <http://www.softpedia.com/…Monkey-Review-42640.shtml>

"Sea-Monkey is the brand name of a hybrid of Artemia salina, a species of brine shrimp. The term Sea-Monkeys is a trademark used to sell them as a novelty gift... but doesn't this sound a bit strange? What's the link with the computer world, after all?

SeaMonkey is (also) the code name of the web applications suite formerly known as Mozilla Application Suite..."

i hope the brine shrimp makes doesnt think the free browser will cut into their sales... :(