Did you know the first version of Firefox was called Phoenix?
It’s Throwback Thursday, and time to enjoy some more great internet firsts.
Throwback Thursday: Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation, Mark Surman, was a punk rocker.
Find out why he thinks Mozilla has enough Punk DNA to save the web.
Try making your own beautiful animated poem project at Webmaker.
Hit ‘Remix’ and read through the comments to find out how to make your own poem by playing with the code already in place.
What happens when a team of journalists takes the open source code for Popcorn Maker and builds a tool that helps them break the boundaries of traditional storytelling?
Check it out - it’s another great MozFest Effect: BBG KettleCorn.
We’d like to share a special Webmaker Loves shoutout to FuzzyFox - a webmaker who always reminds us how many of us believe in keeping the Web Open.
Take a look at his ‘Support Open Community Quilt' project.
Mark Surman explains how programs like Mozilla Webmaker can help people take control of their online lives and move the Web forward.
Speaking of old-becomes-new again, here’s the updated version of our 'How To Use Popcorn Maker' Tutorial.
Be it ever so humble…You’d never think this old bit of hand-me-down hardware was a special piece of Mozilla history.
You can help clean up an urban watershed in Buenos Aires without even leaving your house.
Check out Mauricio Corbalán’s fascinating Open Science project and help him make a positive ecological impact on a fragile waterway struggling to come clean.
How To Customize your Own Tumblr Theme
Today’s Throwback Thursday post comes from the not-so-distant past - just over a year and a half ago when Webmaker was shiny and new and didn’t yet have the amazing feature set - like localized content, tutorials, guides and profiles - that we do today.
Chloe Varelidi, our resident Open Games expert, made a video tutorial in partnership with Tumblr on how to customize your own theme’s HTML and CSS.
In light of Tumblr making it easier than ever to customize your blog’s look - we thought it was a perfect time to revisit the past!
Doing Good is Part of Our Code.
Mozilla is part of a coalition of more than 100 public advocacy organizations and companies from across the political spectrum that speak out against unnecessary invasions of your privacy online.
We believe the Internet should enrich the lives of individual human beings, that individuals’ security on the Internet is fundamental and cannot be treated as optional.
Share this video and help spread the message.
Tell the world I #supportmozilla
Happy Ninth Birthday today, Firefox!
To find out nine wonderful gifts Firefox has given the web, please visit here: http://mzl.la/9thBirthday
Firefox & the Mozillian Community would also like to ask our friends and followers to grant us a special Birthday Wish today.
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