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The U.S. browser usage share of Firefox has grown by more than a third over the past month, according to the latest independent study from WebSideStory, a leading provider of on-demand Web analytics. In the one-month period from Nov. 5, 2004 to Dec. 3, 2004, Firefox’s […]

The U.S. browser usage share of Firefox has grown by more than a third over the past month, according to the latest independent study from WebSideStory, a leading provider of on-demand Web analytics. In the one-month period from Nov. 5, 2004 to Dec. 3, 2004, Firefox’s online usage share grew from 3.03 percent to 4.06 percent. This compares to a gain of 13 percent during the previous month, from Oct. 8 to Nov. 5. You can of course read my story on Firefox at Business 2.0 website.

  1. At [MetroFreeFi.com](http://metrofreefi.com “Free wi-fi cafes and other hotspots”) we’re doing our part to encourage Firefox acceptance.

    All comments made by Firefox users are marked with a Firefox icon, linked directly to the Mozilla site.

    [Read the article](http://metrofreefi.com/article.php?id=46&title=Firefox+and+FreeFi “Read full article on MetroFreeFi.com”)

    As far as we can tell, we’re the first to implement such a plan. Perhaps we can encourage other so to do the same.

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