Phoenix is a great little browser. It’s based on Mozilla, but is much faster because it jettisons the add-on email, HTML editor, chat modules, and focuses exclusively on a fast, feature-rich browsing environment. And because it uses the core Mozilla code, it will keep pace with Mozilla’s impressive development. Definitely worth checking out as an IE alternative.
The Economist Half a Billion Americans?.
Fairly informative comparison of Radio vs. Moveable Type.
Very useful stuff for including headlines in a standard Web site. scottandrew.com
Interesting. The Mozilla project recently launched Mozilla Calendar, a “Standards Based Calendar Client Project.” Looks like their aim is to create an open-source version of the calendar functionality that is in Microsoft Outlook — with the calendar-sharing functionality that is in Exchange. That would surely be neat.
This is a pretty interesting article about one family’s experience computing in their off-the-grid house. Raises some interesting questions about the how much power typical computers and monitors use.