IE development team has a blog!

In: Browsers

23 Jul 2004

IEBlog is the official ‘Microsoft Internet Explorer Weblog’.

Some of us have our individual blogs today, but we also wanted to have one that was focused on what we do every day at work – make Internet Explorer the best way for browsing the web.

Lookout Firefox!

8 Responses to IE development team has a blog!

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Stephan Segraves

July 23rd, 2004 at 4am

They better get their act together then and program something that doesn’t have more holes than swiss cheese.

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Greg K Nicholson

July 23rd, 2004 at 6am

Yet more proof that the IE team “does exist” and “does care”. Unfortunately it “doesn’t fix” and “doesn’t upgrade”.

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The Wolf

July 23rd, 2004 at 9am

It would be nice to see something that works… but if I still have to fork out money for the next version of windows to get a working ie… I will just stick to firefox thanks.

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zulkamal

July 24th, 2004 at 1am

“And it is definitely true for me, as I have loved browsing the web since I started way back in the mid 90s, and I really love browsing with IE

You have have got to be kidding me.

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dot-totally.co.uk

July 23rd, 2004 at 1am

IEBlog
The Internet Explorer team now have an official weblog, the IEBlog. It seems the new weblog is an idea to combat one of the most frequent complaint about Internet Explorer: the fact that they appear to be doing sod all! Of course, in the standard Inter…

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Lebyrus

July 23rd, 2004 at 2am

Microsoft Internet Explorer Weblog
Sí. El título es tan claro como cierto. ¡¡El equipo de desarrollo de Internet Explorer tiene un blog!! ¡¡Y hasta un wiki!!

Por ahora no sé qué opinar, ya que acabo de verlo en redemption in a blog, pero habrá que seguirles la pista pues, a fin de …

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Luke Shingles

September 3rd, 2004 at 8pm

I wish they’d stop wasting time with interface enhancements and fix their crappy rendering engine. As an Opera and Firefox user I don’t care what they do with the IE interface because I don’t have to use it. But as a web developer I’m forced to work around their broken and outdated standards support because of their rediculous market share.

That’s if they really do plan do actually implement these features which I’m not convinced they will. At least not for a long, long time. Why would they ask everyone for feedback? It’s perfectly obvious what is wrong with their browser.

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Phani Kumar

November 28th, 2004 at 8pm

I like browsing with IE. But now a days i am using FireFox. It is much better than IE.