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Friday Focus 07/02/10: Rocketships

This week on Friday Focus: a bunch of sites that use rocketships in their designs. Unfortunately not all of them take the metaphor as far as one would like, but carry interesting designs nonetheless. Ready of take off?

Flock – The Social Browser That Could

Can the social web browser, Flock, challenge the established choices like Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, and even Opera? It just might, I’d say, after running it as my default browser for a few days. Check out the review and share your thoughts.

Firebug and Myspace, Part Two

My short sidenote on using Firebug to download streaming songs from Myspace has turned into somewhat of a circus. Many people have been trying a bit too hard to get downloads to work. This rewrite eliminates some steps thanks to some comments by some users who found easier ways to get the songs, without all […]

Firebug – Dream or Nightmare?

Firebug is a new Firefox extension which gives developers a slew of amazing source viewing and editing power, but will rippers use the benefits of the program for their own monetary advantage? We discuss the benefits and possible downfalls of this excellent plugin. Is it a dream and nightmare for developers all in one?