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  1. kPhelps

    Finally another combatant in the browser wars. It’ll be a battle royale!

    Personally I’m quite happy with Mozilla, but then again I was happy searching with Yahoo! when Google came along.

    I think this will help tip the balances toward standards compliance for all browsers – at least it sets the bar higher.


  2. @Andre77
    thanks for the heads up on that article, I found a nice screenshot there (updated post above)

    @kPhelps
    “…I’m quite happy with Mozilla, but then again I was happy searching with Yahoo! when Google came along…”

    Wow isn’t that the truth. I also agree that this should help push others (especially IE) towards being truly standards complaint.

    I’m looking forward to the release, I mean just the idea of a Google designed and maintained browser has to send shivers up Microsoft’s back.

    Perhaps now we’ll see some serious changes in IE – for the better.

  3. Big Wink

    Pretty slick so far. Still getting used to it.


  4. Hi, I am going to stick with Firefox. Anyway the story you helped create, “Jealous Lovers and Cheating Wives” is now published. Here is the url:http://beforeiamfamous.com/2008/09/07/jealous-lovers-and-cheating-wives/ It always a lot of fun when I can bend normalacy and reality by writing with insects or animals. I hope you enjoy the story as much I enjoyed writing it. I appreciate your participation in my project and I hope you come back again.


  5. The Chrome’s browsing tabs are a refreshing upgrade from the one’s we’re used to. They also look more neat and organized than FF or IE.

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