Google Takes On Amazon With Own E-Book Store
Agreed! See also: A9 and Mechanical Turk. Amazon's been doing a lot of interesting projects.
Comcast DNS Redirection Launched In Trial Markets
AT&T doesn't touch my bandwidth. They don't cap it, they don't filter it - they aren't keeping a database of my URL lookups.
While I doubt that's true even today, it's only a matter of time before they implement bandwidth caps. I don't think any major ISP is not at least trying them out. AT&T started trials last November.
Digg Backs Down On DiggBar
If you find it that useful, you can still get it by using a registered login. It's on by default for registered users.
Is Alcohol Killing Our Planet?
This post must be an April Fools joke.
Firefox 3.2 Plans Include Natural Language, Themes
True, you get Google's top result and you can also use Firefox's keywords feature to create search shortcuts of your own. But Ubiquity is more powerful. You can highlight a page of Craigslist results and use the map command and it will actually extract addresses from the detail pages of each result and map all of them. It can do translation of a webpage while you're on it, do syntax highlighting on code snippets, etc.
That said I still don't think it needs to be integrated in the browser and I don't see the problem with keeping it as an extension.
On a related note, the article isn't quite explicit, but the lightweight theming is provided by another Mozilla Labs extension that's available today called Personas.
IE8 Will Contain an Accidental Ad Blocker
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