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Posted on November 08, 2004 9:13 PM in Elsewhere
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Okay, for this Tuesday let's vote on something that actually matters...

What is the bigger release? Firefox 1.0 or Halo 2?

Oh, and feel free to go with a tie if the decision hurts your head too much ;)


Arcanius on November 13, 2004 at 2:56 PM:

I could swear that I left a comment on this post a few days ago, but it clearly isn't here now... so this is really just a test to see whats up.


Arcanius on November 13, 2004 at 3:00 PM:

Ok, so that last comment worked. Let me try to reconstruct what I think I said last time...

Halo 2 is the bigger release short-term. It's getting all the hype, all the press, all the release parties. But a year or two from now, nobody will remember, or care about, when Halo 2 was released.

The release of Firefox 1.0 is exactly the opposite. It is below most people's radars right now. But a year or two from now, people will hail this day as the day the revolution to take back the web began.


Bernie Zimmermann on November 14, 2004 at 2:46 AM:

Well said, Arcanius. For the short term, at least, Halo 2 has my vote all the way. I guess it's mostly since 1.0 really isn't that different from 1.0 PR or even 0.9 and 0.8. Halo 2 on Live is incredible. I've found a new addiction ;)


Dustin Senos on November 15, 2004 at 9:17 PM:

I agree with Arcanius. Halo 2 had a bigger release cause lets face it, video games are a multi billion dollar industry, browser wars are not. What do I care about more? In all honesty probably halo 2. I already love my Firefox and i knew the changes were not going to be anything mind blowing. On the other hand, i was promised allot of mind blowing changes on halo 2, and i wanted to see if it lived up to the hype.


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