Okay, so many of you may not know that Mozilla was recently listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most downloads of one software title in 24 hrs. 8,002,530 copies of Firefox were downloaded on 6-17-2008. This impressive number was achieved by us all (if you were like me and chomping at the bit to get the new version). In return, Mozilla has decided to do something for us! They have given us a cheesy little certificate that acknowledges our involvement with their record. (yes, I claimed mine... why wouldn't I??) So, I have screen cap'd it and added it onto this post for your viewing. If you were involved in this great feat, you too can claim your very own certificate!
Another great love of Firefox is the "stylish" plug-in which allows customization of gMail, gCal, and even Firefox itself. For the customization of Google's mail and calendar apps, just visit Lifehacker and check out the gmail addon, or userstyles.org for the gCal redesign.
Well, there is your tech soup for the day! Happy hacking!
Posted by uberpuma at 11:08 AM
I. Noah was saved by the putting away of sin by death in mortal body.
II. Paul taught us to kill the outward man.
III. Jesus instructed us to practice baptism, not for the cleansing of flesh, but the renewing of the mind.
One can conclude that according to 1 Peter 3:21 Baptism is the essential stepping stone to cross over into Christ.
Before the flood, Noah almost died with the sin. But because of God's Covenant which was offered only to Noah (and his family) because of grace, the flood only killed the sin. We too can take part in the flood. Let it kill the sin, so that we - like Noah - wont be found dead in sin.
I thank God, that I could find grace in His eyes through Christ, My Savior.
Soon enough, I will have my own creations here on this site, and I will also be posting some of pretty much everything that I do.. but..
For right now, I guess I will leave you with the coolest MOC in Lego that I have seen today.. Cheers!
Even though he used tape on the wings to hide the homebrew hinge system, it is still genius!