If you’re a fan of the Mozilla project, you undoubtedly know that Firebird is now Firefox, and FF is now at version 0.8. Personally, it’s my browser of choice; I load IE only when required to do so at work [and because we have some .NET-specific stuff, I have to use it, although I’m working on a way to have FF spoof itself so it’ll get recognized.
Anyhow, all that to say that Mark Pilgrim pointed out some peachy-keen Fire
birdfox optimizations. I run all of those but the smooth-scrolling one; I prefer simply getting further down the page. Of course, that’s probably because I use the keyboard at least as much as I do a mouse.