Great now we have to relate to our web browser

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  1. Revmitchell

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    For African-American Web surfers who just can't relate to their browsers, there's hope: the Blackbird Web browser.

    Billed as "the Web browser for the African-American community," it's a modification of Mozilla Firefox with a different color scheme — black and earthy shades of green and brown — as well as certain built-in features meant to appeal to black Americans

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    If you could build a web browser that "relates":rolleyes: to you what would you call it and what would it look like?
     
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    When the computer bulletin boards were started I thought it was a wonderful medium because no one knew what anyone else looked like and no one would be prejudged for being ugly or dark skinned. We could only read content. A month later we had bulletin boards for black people. They were not started by white people.
     
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    Looneygoons... seriously, I have family named Looney originally from the Isle of Man in Ireland...

    "Looney" because I am related to Looneys

    "Goons"... well because I am related to goons...
     

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