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Take that, Firefox

Firefox isn't the only browser brand that knows how to harness a viral community


Firefox isn’t the only browser brand that knows how to harness a viral community. In honor of its tenth birthday, Opera hosted an online party on its Web site where attendees could chat with Opera bigwigs, play games, learn about the browser’s history and download music made by employees. The Norwegian company is also giving away free registration codes for 24 hours (as of this posting there’s still time!). Opera is also asking supporters to submit creative (poem, drawing, etc.) birthday greetings. It’ll share the ten best with the community and the winner will get a t-shirt.

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