'The Guardian' Recommends Mozilla Firebird/Thunderbird, Criticises Mozilla Development Decisions
Thursday July 10th, 2003
Ian Deeley and A Wood both wrote in to tell us that today's edition of The Guardian, the UK broadsheet newspaper, features a column by Jack Schofield that recommends Mozilla Firebird and Mozilla Thunderbird. The article states that "Mozilla's Firebird browser and Thunderbird standalone mail software could make Microsoft's offerings look very shabby indeed." The bulk of the rest of the feature critically examines Netscape's and mozilla.org's browser development decisions (it is particularly damning of the team's cross-platform aspirations) and discusses Microsoft's plans to abandon development of the standalone version of Internet Explorer. Readers of the print edition of The Guardian can find the column on page 22 of the Life/Online supplement.
Friday July 11th, 2003 11:52 AM
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I thought we had a similar boost going from Pentium Pros at 200 MHz to today's 3+ Ghz. Who is to say the next quantum leap in processing power will help matters? Perhaps there will just be more code necessary to support more standards that will slow things down as much as processing speeds up.