Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 24th Nov 2009 00:02 UTC
Opera Software The Opera team has released version 10.10 of their feature-rich browser. This is the first Opera release to come with Opera Unite, which combines the web browser with a web server, so that users can share data directly between one another, without the need for a third party.
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RE[5]: Comment by Kroc
by wumip on Tue 24th Nov 2009 18:19 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by Kroc"
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<blockquote>Firefox is the second most innovative</blockquote>
Let's see...

<blockquote>Projects there include:

Ubiquity: Command-based shortcuts to speed up/automate common actions</blockquote>
This is like Opera's shortcuts and nicknames, but maybe more advanced.

<blockquote>Weave: Sync your browser profile across devices </blockquote>
Opera Link

<blockquote>Prism: Run web applications as desktop applications</blockquote>
Opera Widgets

<blockquote>Raindrop: A browser-based, universal messaging client (e-mail and IM) with a focus on intuitive simplicity and filtering personal e-mails from bulk e-mails </blockquote>
Er, how many IM websites are there? Lots.

<blockquote>Snowl: RSS reader integrated into Firefox, with an emphasis on tracking online discussions</blockquote>
Opera has had a real RSS reader for ages.

So basically, Opera does most of these, and has been doing them for ages, and Firefox is the innovative one? LOL.

<blockquote>Firefox has more innovative, amazing extensions than all other browsers combined</blockquote>
Ad blocking and an RSS reader? Instant messenger? LOL again.

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