Since its inception, Google has become the mover and shaker of the
Internet world, bringing wonderful, utilitarian goodies in the form of
web applications and cloud services. After debuting Gmail in 2004,
Google then followed suit with projects like its interactive, totally
customizable Google Calendar, maps that accurately portray real life
from a satellite overhead, and a video streaming site that has indeed
become larger than anyone could have conceived.
Sometimes, one-size-fits-all doesn’t really fit, and this is especially
the case on the Internet. It’s a wonderful place out there on the World
Wide Web, full of sites for every purpose we can think of (and some
we’d rather not). That’s why, we’re glad there’s Firefox.