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Building browsers for a better world

March 23, 2007

Yesterday’s blog post by Opera’s Lawrence Eng is a must read. He talks about the true essence of Opera.

“Idealists like myself who hear the Opera story will be drawn to Opera with just a little more awareness of who we are and what we’re about. The Open Source success stories of some of our competitors are great, but Opera (being closed source) has a compelling story of its own, continuing to make real a vision of the Open Web that includes everyone. We’re a unique company in a unique position to do a lot of good.”

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  1. Jonathan
    March 24, 2007 at 3:17 am

    That’s indeed an insightful article, but I don’t think browsers make the world better. They might use Opera to “fight” HIV/AIDS, but I think powerful computers are needed to make a start on examining this (and other) diseases.

    There is actually a project that enables you to share unused processor power (of your computer) to a research institution (availability varies from country to country).

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