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http://ostatic.com/blog/mozillas-web...s-capabilities

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Mozilla's Web o' Wonder page showcases demos of what Firefox is capable of, particularly when it comes to HTML 5 and CSS 3. Many of the demos on Mozilla's site actually run no matter what browser you use, but not everything does. For the videos, HTML 5, CSS 3, Javascript, and WebGL rendering are emphasized.

Watching these demos, it becomes more and more clear that we'll all probably use multiple browsers in the future (perhaps you do so already). There will be demarcations between the various web standards that browsers support, and that--not just raw performance--will help drive the new need-driven model for choosing browsers.
Link To The WOW.

Pretty fun little distraction, I actually do use a combo between Firefox and Chrome.

Future looks bright .
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I got one word for this....

Buggy!
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Sad thing is, HTML5 has been out for quite a long time now...
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Sad thing is, HTML5 has been out for quite a long time now...
No it's not, HTML5 will be out in 2014 with some specs finalized in 2011.
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No it's not, HTML5 will be out in 2014 with some specs finalized in 2011.
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Sounds like marketing carbon copy of the IE9 site. I'm not sure Firefox has a place in the world anymore. Chrome at home, IE9 at work.
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Sounds like marketing carbon copy of the IE9 site. I'm not sure Firefox has a place in the world anymore. Chrome at home, IE9 at work.
So your preferences equal the entire world's?
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So your preferences equal the entire world's?
They equal MY world's

Nah I get what you mean
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Sounds like marketing carbon copy of the IE9 site. I'm not sure Firefox has a place in the world anymore. Chrome at home, IE9 at work.
Considering Chrome slows down to hell when I use my addons in Windows, I don't see how Firefox is outdated.

Especially considering while IE9 has superior Javascript performance to IE8, it seems like they barely fixed the abysmal general browser performance. (In other words, if I click open new tab/ctrl+t, I have to wait a second or so for it to open in IE9, that doesn't happen on Chrome or Firefox.)
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Sounds like marketing carbon copy of the IE9 site. I'm not sure Firefox has a place in the world anymore. Chrome at home, IE9 at work.
Why you hating bro?
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