The first thing I do when I install a new web browser is set up the web apps that I use over and over again. That includes Hootsuite, Gmail, Google +, Facebook, and the Scribefire blog editor.
For some reason, on this computer I also left the Mozilla start page. It’s not a page that I pay a great deal of attention to; it’s just so handy for the shortcuts to configure things.
Recently, I had the browser loaded and was distracted from what I was going to do and noticed a section under the search box.
Am I bad for not paying attention before? I’m sure that it’s been there since the recent campaign on Web Neutrality.
It was the #7 principle from Mozilla. Very interesting; I like so much of what Mozilla does in terms of software development, what they’ve done for education, and I really like the recently updated Web Literacy Map.
So, having completely forgotten what I was about to do, I decided to check out their complete list of principles. After all, this is #7, there’s got to be at least 6 others.
Isn’t this what you want your web to be?