PCPro Software of the year 2007 award for Mozilla Firefox (other pictures)
I am sure this means a lot to the Mozilla community at large. It does to me, at least! I'm hoping this will help us increase our market share in the UK, which is half of what is is on average in the rest of Europe.
Talking about the UK, I was in London yesterday, for the Online Information Conference, where I had to deliver a track keynote. I did the trick like I did in Berlin last time at Web 2.0 Conference. In London, "only" 60 to 70% of people in the room where using Firefox, which is still much better than the country average. One of the reasons is of course that if you attend such a conference, you're more likely to use a modern browser. But it's not the sole reason. Later during the day, one of the speakers asked the crowd is there were librarians in the room, and an unusual number of hands raised. I like to think that librarians understand better than most the need for common standards for information conservation, and the choice of tools to access this information, hence choosing massively Firefox.