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There’s a site called Browse Happy which is nothing but a campaign against Internet Explorer. That’s “hate groups” coming of age! Well disclaimer – I’m not supporting this campaign in particular… especially because I’m making this particular post from IE (my office computer ‘standard built’ browser) even though I use Firefox on my home computer.
Firefox is of course good with plenty of plugins freely available, tabbed browsing (that’s standard in IE 7) and “more security”. Though I know nothing about what that “more security” is but guess if the world thinks it’s more secure I’ll assume it’s more secure.
But anyway, I guess what’s happening is that it is a war between communities and organizations. Organizations are sort of trying to create communities (that’s the whole Web 2.0 strategy piece) while communities are sort of becoming enterprises (take Firefox or WordPress as examples) in a way. It’s a strange convergence where warring factions seem to be becoming more like the other, even though the purpose of their existence ‘was’ different.
It didn’t take me more than a week to get what I wanted (check my previous article on this). I am on WordPress now, and that too on my own domain. It really is a 5 minute installation. The customization took some time, and that too only because I’m sort of fussy about the finer details. I’m loving it!