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    Thumbs up Mozilla Firebird

    I just downloaded Mozilla Firebird (aka Phoenix) and I must say that I'm impressed. It loads faster than Mozilla 1.3 and seems not to have some of the extra baggage that Mozilla has. So far, it seems stable too. Also, the StumbleUpon extension is fantastic! It's a novel concept to say the least. Check Firebird out at http://www.mozilla.org/projects/fire...ase-notes.html and StumbleUpon at http://texturizer.net/firebird/extensions.html .
    Cheers,
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    Thanks for the info. I just downloaded it (Firebird) and SumbleUpon. Very cool!
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    I've been using Phoenix (Firebird) excusivliy since version 0.2 and it rocks. You guys should try the Tabbrowser extension to. once set up its soooo good.
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    Thanks for the tip on tabbrowser. I just got it. Nice!

    I have been a big fan of the Mozilla project since it started. I would really like to see them suck up some market share, especially since it's one of my favorite apps

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