As of January 10, 2005, my source of income changed from The Mozilla Foundation to Google, Inc. of Mountain View, California. My role with Firefox and the Mozilla project will remain largely unchanged, I will continue doing much the same work as I have described above – with the new goal of successful 1.1, 1.5 and 2.0 releases.
Rubel asks the million dollar question: What, if anything, does this do to the rumors that Google is developing a web browser based on Firefox?
[Cross posted from Moorelies.com]
Strengthen the Good is a new network for distributed charity promotion, or as they describe themselves: “The power of weblogs for open-source charity.”
Because Moorelies.com is a part of the STG network, I’m going to be posting each STG call to action that comes down the wire. Please consider taking a few minutes of your time and a few dollars of your valuable income to donate to any of the worthy causes outlined by Strengthen The Good, if you feel inclined.
Without further exposition, Strengthen The Good’s first charity is:
From STG’s description:
Here’s the issue: a burning charitable need at this moment is relief for people affected by Hurricane Charley. And while I very much want to highlight a Charley micro-charity, the fact is that the need right now is macro & incredibly macro. Fundamental needs: housing & water & huge quantities of baby formula & needs that are best met by macro charities such as the Red Cross, the Christian Contractors Association, and Salvation Army, and it’s going to be this way for some time.
This website has a new design.
A fascinating anecdote illustrating the power and resourcefulness of small business owners.
This is so overwhelmingly stupid, so intellectually lazy, yet so brazenly self-confident, you really have to wonder how far off the deep end NPR has gone in recent years.
Woot.com is a new discount electronics store which sells one item per day.
Blogger is now offering Gmail accounts to “active users” — (apparently I am one). And, they’re rocking an all-new rich text editor, with standards compliant HTML underneath. Wow!