It's definitely not front page news, but I was just browsing some web stats and I happened to notice that a whopping 39% of BlueNC readers are using Firefox. Recent research puts Firefox's market share at about 13%, so we're a bit ahead of the curve here.
FWIW, I've been using Firefox 2.0 beta 1 for a few days now, and I'm fairly pleased. (I used the MR Tech Local Install extension to make all my 1.5 extensions and themes compatible with the new version.) The built-in spell-checker is especially nice, and it seems to be less of a memory hog than 1.5. Also, it crashed on me once. When I started back up, not only did I regain all the tabs I had open, but the text I'd entered (but not saved) in the BlueNC comment tab was there as well! Pretty sweet.
For the past few months, I've also been using IE7 beta, and it seemed a little clunky even in comparison to Firefox 1.5, though at least IE is finally offering tabbed browsing. But the browser is still not as customizable as Firefox, and of course IE users won't have access to the wealth of Firefox extensions out there.
That's all. Just thought I'd share.