Amazing! Firefox are trying to get 1 million (that’s 1,000,000) users to download the latest incarnation of the Mozilla Firefox web browser in ten days. And it looks like they may well be on target, claiming “nearly 790,000 people have downloaded Firefox in 3 days”.
I’ve said before that I love the Firefox browser, and I’ll say it again. I love the Firefox browser. I’ll be honest, I was a little hesitant moving away from Internet Explorer 6 but that was about a month ago, and I’ve hardly used IE since. Firefox is fast; highly customizable; uses tabbed-windows instead of spawning window after window on your screen and taskbar; and most importantly it adheres to the web-standards, such as CSS-2, so displays pages the way they are supposed to display.
This game is doing my head in! It is so addictive!
You play the part of a ninja — hence the name of the game: N — whose task is to escape from each screen. Sounds simple, huh?
The best bit about the game, other than when you punch your hand in the air having completed a level, is the dramatic and physical way your ninja hero dies when you fall off too high a ledge, or step on a mine, or are blown apart by a variety of hostile robots.
When I booted up my PC this morning I couldn’t access either my main e-mail accounts or website, so I shot off an e-mail (using another account) to Webfusion support at 08:23. At 09:08 I received the following reponse:
Thank you for your query. Currently we are experiencing a denial of service attack at our Nottingham data centre which has caused connectivity problems effecting web, email and ftp access. Our engineers are currently working to correct the problem and we hope to have it resolved shortly. For all updates please see http://www.hosting-status.pipex.net. I hope this is of some assistance. If you have any other queries please do not hesitate to contact us again.