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Techtree: Killing Bill's Browser

Nov 13, 2005, 05:00 (4 Talkback[s])

"Four friends and full-time political activists from Worcester, Massachusetts have launched two pro-Firefox websites--Explorer Destroyer and Kill Bill's Browser.

"According to a letter posted on explorerdestroyer.com, 'Firefox is one of the most important software applications in the world because it can play a big part in determining the future of the web. It is crucial that an open-source, standards-based web browser becomes the most popular browser, and Firefox has a shot at being that. Its popularity is climbing, thanks to amazing efforts by the Mozilla Foundation, the SpreadFirefox.org juggernaut, and many others. But if we want to avoid giving Microsoft the power to define the future of the internet, Firefox needs to keep on growing and growing and growing...'"

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