Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Firefox 3 implements more useless features

I'd rather they just let the social bookmarking sites and tools take care of bookmarking, and concentrate on core feature that Firefox is still missing - like default email handling. Instead, we get this:

Many of its new features concern bookmarks, an area typically slow to change in the browsing world. You can now add keywords, or tags, to sort bookmarks by topic. And a new 'Places' feature lets you quickly access sites you recently bookmarked or tagged and pages you visit frequently but haven't bookmarked.

What's the basis? How about releasing a Javascript API so developers can develop extensions that do cool stuff - and they don't have to be rocket scientists to develop them?

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