"Users can also choose a home page that should open a number of
different web sites on one page when they log on."
I don't think we're talking about a technology journalist here.
On Tue, 01 Feb 2005 10:56:15 +0000, Pat Conlon <patconlon1 at eircom.net> wrote:
> Yes its a shame the media tends to trivialise a whole new software
> development paradigm that flys in the face of many traditional software
> engineering practices as a few teenage geeks.
>>> Dave Lillis wrote:
>> >Anyone see the article on Firefox in yesterday's Indo? (free
> >subscription required):
> >http://www.unison.ie/irish_independent/stories.php3?ca=45&si=1329749&issue_id=12014> >
> >Sure, it makes a nice story (nerdy teenager single-handedly produces a
> >new browser to challenge a huge international corporation) but you'd
> >think they'd even pretend to have done some background research before
> >writing a story about it, even if the mainstream media's knowledge of
> >free software is hardly what you'd call "enlightened".
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