Mozilla’s Firebird Web browser

I finished my Christmas shopping yesterday. Wow, were the stores packed! There are two things I really dislike, the first being shopping for other people, the second is a lot of people getting in my way. But it was fun seeing everyone and being out and about.

I can’t believe it’s already December. I know, I promised to have my iPod soapbox out last month, but I haven’t had time to review it. So, I’m promising to have it up by tomorrow… I’m reviewing it as you read this.

I’ve been playing around with Mozilla’s Firebird as a web browser, and I have to admit that I really like it. It has a built-in pop-up blocker and Google search field, and it’s amazingly fast. Mozilla is an open-source project developed by former pre-AOL Netscape staff. I’m currently looking into using Mozilla Composer for the next lair’s generation. And speaking of open-source software, I’ve added the Sourceforge site to My Links.

Also, TechTV’s Call For Help has a new look. As you probably know, I’m a huge fan of The Screensavers. Leo Laporte hosts Call for Help and co-hosts The Screensavers. I’ve added a link to his site and Call for Help to My Links as well.

Today: Packers vs. Bears: the rivalry continues! Go Packers!!