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Sven Petersson  Identity Verified
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Apr 18, 2006

Visit http://ie7.com/



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Victor Dewsbery  Identity Verified
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Surely you're not advertising ...? Apr 18, 2006

Perhaps you are pointing us to the cute illustration instead, similar to the main character here:
http://gotchange.blogspot.com/2006/02/management-principle-13.html


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carla melis
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I was asking myself the same question, didn't make me smile...,-) Apr 18, 2006

i want to smile! Give me a reason, please!

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carla melis
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Don't get it... Apr 18, 2006

Sven Petersson wrote:

Visit http://ie7.com/



maybe you forgot something?


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Jalapeno
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Firefox vs. Microsoft Apr 18, 2006

IE7 = Internet Explorer 7, produced by Microsoft.

One would assume that the domain IE7.com leads to Microsoft's official website for the soon-to-be-published 7th edition of the company's browers Internet Explorer.

In fact, however, the domain is used as a landing pad by Mozilla for its own browser, Firefox, IE's harshest competitor.


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Rufino Pérez De La Sierra  Identity Verified
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ie7 advertising for Foxila Apr 18, 2006

Is that the joke?

Have a great day!

Rufino


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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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I did get it ... Apr 18, 2006

... kinda. IE7 same as FF. Maybe only Firefox users will get it.

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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Firefox has it all already Apr 18, 2006

Having visited a genuine Microsoft website about IE7, I think all the improvements over IE6 are already present in the latest version of Firefox.

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María Teresa Taylor Oliver  Identity Verified
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Exactly... Apr 18, 2006

Jalapeno wrote:

IE7 = Internet Explorer 7, produced by Microsoft.

One would assume that the domain IE7.com leads to Microsoft's official website for the soon-to-be-published 7th edition of the company's browers Internet Explorer.

In fact, however, the domain is used as a landing pad by Mozilla for its own browser, Firefox, IE's harshest competitor.


That's exactly what I thought was the joke...


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Sommersonne  Identity Verified
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Well, Apr 19, 2006

joke understood or not. Is there any reason left to use Internet Explorer???

I just can recommend Firefox.

And yes: that is sort of advertising - for a cost-free tool with great quality.

No harm intended. A nice evening to you all!! ;o))

[Bearbeitet um 2006-04-20 16:47]


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