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Firefox - Friday, July 14, 2006
I have a confession to make. I've been adamantly supporting Firefox since I've started using it, blindly claiming that it is faster than IE, secure, and completely conforms to W3C standards. I never really investigated these claims, just only assumed them to be true.

Then I stumbled upon Firefox Myths, a site created to dispel such thinking. The author provides sources for every myth's debunking and is careful not to lapse into subjective speculation.

It is important to remember that every major application is bound to have bugs. Firefox is generally a good piece of software, but it's not perfect and shouldn't be touted as a religion. Its programmers are fallible like any others.