Posts from October, 2012

Infographic: Celebrating 3 Billion Mozilla Firefox Add-ons Download

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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Mozilla Firefox reached another milestone after the 3 billionth (yes, it’s the big letter “B”) add-on download was registered in July 2012. In celebration of this feat, we had come up with an infographic about Mozilla Firefox Add-ons, which was translated to Filipino — thanks to our fellow Mozillian from Hungary Kálmán Kéménczy!
A high resolution version (best for printing purposes) of the infographic in Filipino can be downloaded from here. Mabuhay!… Read the rest

Mozilla Philippines in Flickr

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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If you’re a photography buff (just like some of the Mozillians we know), please add us in Flickr:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/mozph/sets/
Who knows, the photo that you had taken (or even your own picture) might be featured in our website soon?!
For the mean time, here’s the group pic during the recently-concluded MozCoffee Photo MNL at CBTL Two E-Com Plaza, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City:… Read the rest

First Ever MozCoffee Photo MNL Held

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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Team Mozilla Philippines, through this blogger & Mozilla Rep, invited one of the country’s most sought after wedding, events, and model photographer: Vladimir Lima. Vladimir or simply Vlad (Ody to us his childhood friends) is the Owner and CEO of Milk + Honey Photo & Cinematics; he is also a professor of Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Management subjects at the Asia Pacific College (APC). Vlad was commissioned by the Mozilla Philippines Community to be behind the lens during the… Read the rest

Google Mail, Calendar, & Mozilla Thunderbird

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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If you’re looking for an alternative to any commercial desktop email client, you may want to try Mozilla Thunderbird. Did you know that with the Lightning add-on installed in your Thunderbird, you can actually use and sync your Google Calendar painlessly?
Follow these simple instructions in my blog post to integrate your Google Calendar from within Mozilla Thunderbird.… Read the rest