To be able to have SVG support in Firefox on Windows I had to move the NPSVG6.dll from the SVG Viewer 6.0 plugins directory to the Firefox plugins directory. A quick look at about:plugins revealed the available SVG support afterwards.
Bertrand today told me about Google Suggest (Beta)  and just right now I was wondering if out there someone already implemented a search plugin for Firefox that makes use of XMLHttpRequest . Chregu  called it LiveSearch and that is what drives this blog's search engine too ;)
Für Firefox habe ich ein search plugin  geschrieben, welches das Durchsuchen von Bundesgerichtsentscheiden  nach bestimmten Begriffen erleichtert.
Update: Für die Suchmaschine Lawsearch  - betrieben durch Weblaw GmbH und basierend auf Technologien von Juleg GmbH - habe ich nun auch ein Firefox search plugin geschrieben. Ich stehe weder mit der einen, noch mit der anderen Unternehmung in irgend einer geschäftlichen Beziehung, kann aber deren Dienstleistungen und Produkte durchaus empfehlen ;)
John Haller  has done a remarkable job to let Thunderbird, Firefox and Sunbird as well as NVU run directly from a USB stick. I have some doubts to transport my mails around on a USB stick. Maybe Sunbird? Still not sure. There is a calendar on my mobile phone, which has no caldav yet, but let's wait and see ;)
As the computers seem to become smaller too, the fancy stuff above gets even more relativated. Saying this, I have the new Apple mini in mind, which I saw today . Nearly a "PC" to fit in the pocket (PIP) or a small bag (PIB) ;) Nevertheless, definitely enough resources to run Thunderbird, Firefox and Sunbird at once.
For a moblog project I recently worked with CSS to resize the images automatically. That could be achieved by adding a "width:80%" property to the style definition. With images at a low resolution this leads to a ugly looking images when viewed with high resolution screens. So I introduced the "max-width" property to specify a maximum width of an image:
The images resize now directly with the browser window. The browser used was Firefox 0.8. There has been reported a problem with konqueror without the *-with properties, so please let me know, if the min-width property helped to resolve the problem of hidden images.
The Firefox compatible RSS reader plug-in  does already handle Atom feeds. The feeds are being handled as conventional bookmarks. By pressing View>Siedbar>RSS Reader one will get a list of channels and in a lower window a separate list of item titels. The best part is the overview of the aggregated post. One can apply a custom CSS to it.
MozPHP  is a Mozilla PHP integration package. With MozPHP you can execute PHP scripts in Mozilla directly without the need for a local HTTP server.
Currently the integration is one way, i.e. it is not possible to access Mozilla internals from PHP scripts. This may change in the future but there are no concrete plans for this.
This reminds me of an earlier server-less approach by Scriptviewer  dated back to 2001. As far as I can see MozPHP only installs on Windows and Linux but not yet on Mac OS X. A full crossplatform integration would probably be nescessary to make MozPHP interesting for CD-ROM distributions of PHP applications. MozPHP and Sqlite would make a nice couple too, especially for distributable but offline use.
The next meeting of Mozilla developers and friends will be held in Brussels on February 8-9, 2003. The organizers of the "Free Software and Open Source Developers Meeting" FOSDEM are again offering us the location and facilities .
Christian Stocker of Bitflux GmbH Zürich will have a talk about The Bitflux Editor and Mozilla .