(Last Updated On: May 10, 2017)

Is Firefox all it’s cracked up to be? Did Chrome steal Firefox’s thunder? We discuss in today’s episode of Unleaded on Google Hangouts.
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Matt Hartley
Freedom Penguin’s founder & talking head – Matt has over a decade working with Linux desktops, his operating system experience consists of both Windows and Linux operating platforms. In addition to writing articles on Linux and open source technology for Datamation.com and OpenLogic.com/wazi, Matt also once served as a co-host for a popular Linux-centric podcast.

Matt has written about various software titles, such as Moodle, Joomla, WordPress, openCRX, Alfresco, Liferay and more. He also has additional Linux experience working with Debian based distributions, openSUSE, CentOS, and Arch Linux.

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Freedom Penguin’s founder & talking head – Matt has over a decade working with Linux desktops, his operating system experience consists of both Windows and Linux operating platforms. In addition to writing articles on Linux and open source technology for Datamation.com and OpenLogic.com/wazi, Matt also once served as a co-host...
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I’d love to see Firefox and or Chromium shame websites that are needlessly heavy or poorly coded.

As well as suggest ways to improve how ads are served, javascript deployed etc.

Otherwise we’ll find ourselves surfing the internet via Flipboard, Google Newstand or some other proprietary “feed bag” owned by a mega corp instead of using the tools that made the internet great.

Unless projects do something about obese websites we’ll find ourselves killing a free and open internet in favor of a filter that just works.

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Brandon’s Comments: Chrome Ecosystem as a reason to use Chrome is a very poor reason because everything listed could be done in Firefox with their ecosystem. Better resource usage, we have that already . . . it’s called Firefox. 🙂 ————– Mike’s Comments: Essentially what you described is individualized session management which is coming with Firefox fairly soon, they already announced this. As for having multiple Twitter accounts, you should look into TweetDeck which was purchased by Twitter to provide a webapp for users of multiple twitter accounts. Vivaldi is actually really good but I wish their Bookmark Manager worked… Read more »