Chilean Site Compares Mozilla, Mozilla Firebird, IE and Opera

Thursday November 13th, 2003

Fenix writes: "The Chilean website has reviewed four browser for the Windows platform: IE, Mozilla, Mozilla Firebird and Opera. Mozilla Firebird wins the battle, but both Mozilla and Mozilla Firebird showed relatively slow loading of pages from the cache. Does anybody know why?"

The review, which focuses mostly on performance metrics and test results, is in Spanish. An automated Google translation is available.

#23 Re: Re: topless chick

by jjn1056

Monday November 17th, 2003 9:00 AM

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Harmless or not, my company is blocking the website because of it, so unless the nudity is an important part of the article content, I would greatly prefer that it be left out, so I could actually read the article. My company blocks google translation as well, since it can be uses as a way of getting around block site policies.

Not being about to see the article, I have no idea of the context, or the value of the picture in terms of content. Maybe the pic is a vital part of the article? Hard to see how that is possible.

Anyway, if nudity in advertising is so harmless, how come they are almost always pics of skinny young girls? Since I can't see the actual pic, I'm just guessing here, but I'd bet hard money it's not a topless granny :) Showing us stuff like this always makes me think of the way the Romans controled the population, with spectacles that glutted the senses without touching the soul...