Oslo is where two of the world’s browser engines were born. Let’s celebrate World Browser Day
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Opera’s former CTO and one of the Web’s founding fathers, Håkon Wium Lie, proposes World-Wide Browser Day in an interview and unveils a commemorative plaque at the location of the first Opera HQ in Oslo. Presto and WebKit celebrated on October 16,World-Wide Browser Day On October 16, a blue historical plaque will be added to…
plovec last edited by
Great article and lots of memories as a user
chas4 last edited by
2nd (one of the fun things I remember from MyOpera)
I remember starting to use Opera a bit after version 9 came out, and I still have some of the old desktop backgrounds for Opera 9.5 & 9.6, and the Opera Next etc.
Why Open the Web?
Despite the connecting purpose of the Web, it is not entirely open to all of its users.
When used correctly, HTML documents can be displayed across platforms and devices.
However, many devices are excluded access to Web content.
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Opera was one of my most unique customer in my entire carrier. I visited their HQ many times during at least 3 yrs in Waldemar Thranegate. I fell always welcomed and looked forward to go back and meet my friends at Opera. A very special company going against stream. Nothing was impossible for these guys. Best of luck to all of you.