Full Article Attached Mozilla Featured on Dallas-Fort Worth's WFAA 'News 8' and in CNET Newsletter

Wednesday July 9th, 2003

Stan Gatchel writes: "For all you Mozilla fans in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area: WFAA Channel 8 News 8 Midday has a brief piece every Wednesday called Computer Corner. This week they talked about blocking annoying pop up ads. First they mentioned a Windows program which cost $29 or, if you want a free program, 'try Mozilla!' They gave it a good recommendation as a browser too. This is mainstream press folks! All you hard working Mozilla developers, take a few bows. A big thanks from all of us Linux folk too!"

Reading the online article that accompanies the pop-up blocker report requires registering with the site (this involves supplying personal information, including a mailing address) but a streaming video of today's Computer Corner segment can be watched in its entirety without registration (RealVideo 8 format).

Mozilla is also featured in this week's CNET newsletter (you can subscribe to this and other CNET newsletters at Read the full article for the opinion of's Senior Editor. Thanks to Percy Cabello for forwarding this to us.

#5 Don't give them your real name

by neilparks1

Thursday July 10th, 2003 10:54 AM

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They can make me "register", but they can't make me give them my real name or email address. If they don't send an email with a secret link as part of the registration process, use "<>" (an autoresponder set up for uses such as this). If they do need to send you a msg to which a response is required, register first for a free mailbox on <> .