I’m tired of paying silly cellphone roaming charges when I travel south of the border. I’m curious about the possibility of getting a US SIM card for my iPhone, and switching my “main” contact number to my GrandCentral number, which… Continue Reading
Today we’ve announced the launch of Mozilla Messaging, the new name for the entity I’ve been calling MailCo on this blog. As promised, it’s a new subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation, focused on email and internet communications. We’ve put up… Continue Reading
As my friend Simon Wex mentions in his latest post, I think there are interesting avenues that a desktop client can explore, an exploration which is harder to do in a web context. Simon being Simon, he even wrote some… Continue Reading
I’ve been thinking a lot about the future of Thunderbird, and what areas we should invest in in addition to the obvious ones like long-term maintainability, user experience, and the like. One area which is growing in importance in my… Continue Reading
This picture was sent to the Mozilla webmaster from a friend of Mozilla in Bariloche, Argentina. Julian says (w/ minor english tweaks): “I’m from Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina, and yesterday I took this picture while I was climbing a mountain in… Continue Reading
My 10-year old son is a big fan of my iPhone, especially Tap Tap Revolution. Today’s quote: Papa, where’s Firefox on this phone?