May 18, 2003


The premiere version of Firebird for Mac OS X is a surprisingly nice addition to the field of web browsers for this platform that I love so well. I don’t care for the theme very much but Mozilla themes have always looked notoriously out of place on the Mac OS. The niceness comes mainly from it’s snappy page loading speeds.

Between the impending release of Safari, the continued evolution of Camino, the rebirth of OmniWeb using WebCore, and now Firebird, the field of great browsers is becoming astonishingly diverse, to the benefit of all us Mac nuts.

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