'PC Pro' Columnist Recommends Mozilla Firebird
Saturday August 30th, 2003
jgraham writes: "The UK magazine PC Pro has a very positive article about Mozilla Firebird. In particular, the writer praises the fact that Firebird is standalone, and does not provide an unwanted mail client. He also appreciates the ability to add extra functionality through extensions. The article also goes on to mention the Mozilla Amazon Browser, and is enthusiastic about the possibilities offered by XUL based applications."
After a few minutes of browsing the PC Pro site, you'll be asked to register before being allowed to continue (registration is free). This requirement can be avoided by loading each page of the article in a separate tab or window (Mozilla is only discussed on the first three pages), or by disabling cookies. The article can also be found in PC Pro issue 108.
by johnlar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday September 2nd, 2003 7:41 AM
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Wow, keep on reading, this guy slowly gets very off-topic, after a while he starts to rant about nigerian scam email, without even tying its purpose into the rest of the article. Very very strange.