Firefox Beta now includes a safer, more seamless cross-platform experience for viewing PDF documents. For those of you who have not been following the project, ...
First things first: thank you. We set a $250,000 fundraising goal last month, and as always Mozilla supporters like you rose to the challenge.
In fact, you blew right past that goal. Last month, supporters like you helped us raise $343,242 — and that means we can dream even bigger and reach even further in 2013. So what does that look like?
There's a wise Mozillian who likes to say that "Firefox combines both rocket (awesome browser) and payload (user choice and Web standards)." We're going to keep expanding Webmaker with that same vision in mind.
The rocket is the Webmaker experience: apps to make dynamic Web pages, remix videos, slideshows, pulling in your content and shared code from all over the Web. It's the tools that let you take your best content — on your phone, blog and social media feeds — and create something new, delightful, surprising — something to share.
The payload comes next, when people come to expect a remix button on everything they see. The videos, the sites, the experiences that are only possible when users become makers. There are 'remix' and 'how to' buttons on every piece of content created using Webmaker tools — so as you make content and as you experience it, Webmaker shows you how the Web works.
And I promise I'll stop abusing the rocket metaphor here: but you're the fuel that powers this whole thing. What we are doing is about so much more than the tools — it's about using the maker spirit to teach and inspire. Thanks to your support, we have the resources we need to keep expanding Webmaker and so much more.
We are assembling a global community of makers and mentors — from local Hives and community-organized events to the worldwide Mozilla Festival. The tools, including Popcorn, Thimble and X-Ray Goggles, will be more tightly integrated. The vision of a generation of webmakers contributing remixable content will start showing up in Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
Day by day, month by month, we are building a Web that is more open, more useful and just flat-out more interesting. I'm so glad to know that you're along for the ride.
when people come to expect a remix button on everything they see.
there's already Meme Generator, right
It is not a toy and the use of this product should only be considered by people who are confident that they can safely handle the snake. The trap is made of mesh fabric that offers no protection against snake bite. If in anyway you are uncertain that you can deal with a caught snake, please do not buy this product.This Snake trap is ideal for licensed Snake & Reptile trappers for the purpose of surveying or relocation, environmentalists, Government Departments, Universities etc
Do you handle snakes?
I still see a lot of skepticism...
The poster was initially produced by the Ministry of Information, at the beginning of the Second World War. It was intended to be distributed in order to strengthen morale in the event of a wartime disaster...
The poster was third in a series of three. The previous two posters from the series, "Freedom Is In Peril. Defend It With All Your Might" (400,000 printed) and "Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution Will Bring Us Victory" (800,000 printed) were issued and used across the country for motivational purposes, as the Ministry of Information assumed that the events of the first weeks of the war would demoralise the population...
How could I help with the wiki?
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endless mind games. Sure, some were cute, but they were all "damaged" in some way.
If somebody you've never heard of before tries to contact you, you can easily locate this information from their zot packet and use it to verify their identity
I'm going to be rolling out some new software over the next few weeks, and part of that process will be winding down our existing services to make money and effort available for the new ones. To start off that process, I'm announcing today a wind-down of the status.net service.
My goals are to keep people's valuable information available to them, maintain the integrity of links and subscriptions, and make transitions reasonable and cost-efficient.
like the D* team moving on to makrio.
* It's a stream server that does most of what people really want from a social network? ?
* I post something and my followers see it. That's the rough idea behind the pump.
* We're making a high-performance, modern social server for developers.
* ... pump.io is much smaller and simpler than StatusNet. I'm trying to push some features out to the edge.
* I am getting considerably better performance out of pump.io than I did out of StatusNet, and I think I can run identi.ca for somewhere between 10 and 25% of the current operating costs (which are considerable, for me).
* I'm changing the name because StatusNet won't be the only software E14N produces.