Going through the recent posts at Codebetter, Ben posted a review of feedlounge. It's an online feed aggregator that is all AJAX. I use Newsgator Online myself but I'm always up for new things. So I popped on over for a look-see. This is what I see first.
So I guess I'm not welcome to use their service. I know they are not encouragining me to use their service. From their browser requirements page:
This browser will also work, but is not highly recommended:
Internet Explorer 6+
I could ask the question, is it (IE) not highly recommended - meaning we recommend it but not as high as the others or does it mean we highly recommend you not using it. That's your own decision.
I understand that one of primary reasons for Firefox is that it's "not IE". Such is life in the free world. But is this not the same as site requiring IE to view their site? I'm not sure that would fly is this day and age. So now sites will be doing the same with Firefox as others did with IE.
Sorry for the rant and if you care, I use Maxthon.