Old browsers have plagued the evolution of the web and cost web designers and developers hours in backwards comptibility work. On top of that there’s the security threat. Anyway, if you run a website or a blog, you may want to join the Push up the web campaign.
“Pushup is an effort to push the web forward by helping users upgrade their outdated browsers. Give your users a better web experience and make life easier for developers out there by installing Pushup on your domain.”
Now you can have a list of your favourite Firefox Add-ons to share. I have always tried to keep a list in my bookmarks of the Add-ons I find most useful and normally recommend to people, now life has become much easier.
Discover more of the best add-ons and organize your favourites in easy-to-manage collections. Subscribe to see how the collections you admire grow, and fans follow when you manage and update your own collections with Mozilla Firefox Add-on Collector.
GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed piece of software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. GIMP is a versatile graphics manipulation package and it works on Linux, Windows, Mac, OpenSolaris and FreeBSD. It is also available in many languages. The official GIMP Project website has a very good set of tutorials divided into the following levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Expert, Photo Editing, Web and Script Authoring.
If you prefer to take your reading away from the screen here are some book that can teach you a lot about this great image manipulation program.