I found this interesting article about the future of browsers from Blake Ross, who is famous for his work at Netscape, and on Firefox. Instead of praising the strengths of Firefox (and the obligatory bashing of Internet Explorer’s lack of progress), he talks about the challenges ahead.

“Look at anyone’s browser today. Our bookmarks remain a cluttered, unorganized mess. Viewing embedded content through plug-ins is still slow, clunky, and jarring. When we lose our Internet connection, our browsers go with it. And that’s just the big stuff. There are thousands and thousands of smaller obstacles.”


Yes, I am distracting myself with tech news instead of providing wedding details…


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