Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Aug 2009 08:02 UTC
Internet & Networking The browser wars have really been heating up again lately. Thanks to Mozila's Firefox, Internet Explorer is no longer the undisputed king, and browsers are popping up all over the place trying grab a piece of the pie. A new browser project called RockMelt is in development - and it's backed by Mosaic developer and Netscape founder Marc Andreessen.
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RE: What's in a name?
by wowtip on Sat 15th Aug 2009 02:13 UTC in reply to "What's in a name?"
wowtip
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2005-07-14

Well, I read it as Rock Me It. Even more confusing name.

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RE[2]: What's in a name?
by leavengood on Mon 17th Aug 2009 20:48 in reply to "RE: What's in a name?"
leavengood Member since:
2006-12-13

Well, I read it as Rock Me It. Even more confusing name.


Me too.

I wouldn't bother to make a new browser for the mainstream operating systems, but I'm personally working on a new browser for Haiku, since it is kind of needed. But a lot of people wouldn't bother making a new OS like Haiku so I suppose I'm a hypocrite. So more power to the Rock Me It or rather RockMelt guys...

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