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Got to love this post from the guys over at Web Worker Daily… “Firefox 3 – the most devastating killing machine ever built”

Brilliant! 😉

Nice write up on Web Worker Daily about building online communities:

Aliza Sherman’s points are basic to many of us who have been working with online communities for some time – but I do appreciate her words of wisdom. As the title of the article states… “Building Online Community Brick by Virtual Brick” – no community can spring up and grow without careful nurture, and the tools and people to make it a success. Here at Mozilla – our community of people is our life source and always has been. Without their energy, without focus, and respect for each other to make great things happen on the Web – we certainly would not be celebrating sure an amazing 10 years of achievements at Mozilla this year.


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