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How Ubiquity Will Change the Way You Browse the Web

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Holey moley! Things are changing - almost to the point of being scary. We're going to have a lot of catching up to do in the next several years, as we move toward the "browser OS". Enter Ubiquity - a new Firefox extension that will change the way you communicate with the web. Though we've known about it for many months now, the lab has recently released a major update. Be sure to review this screencast, by Aza Raskin, that details exactly what Mozilla's Ubiquity project is.

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Download the most recent version - 0.1.5 at the time of this writing.

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