Sunday, December 23, 2018


I've been using the Firefox browser on both my desktop and laptop computers for several years. I like it because it's fast, has a built-in spellcheck feature, and lets you sync across all of your devices.

Lately, when I've opened a new browser tab things things have looked different.  Then there used to be a grid of the sites I used the most, but now the page has a set of random articles "Recommended by Pocket".

I wondered what Pocket was.  A little research told me that the company is an application and web service for managing a reading list of articles from the Internet. It is owned by Mozilla, the developers of the Firefox web browser, so I guess it makes sense that it's being cross-promoted.

I've enjoyed reading the articles that show up on the page, and I've been introduced to some interesting websites.  There's an actual Pocket app that I haven't explored yet, but it sounds like it might be useful.


  1. Wishing you a blessed Christmas filled with Joy Hope and Peace.

    God bless.

  2. Merry Christmas Kathy! Pocket sounds interesting.

  3. sounds interesting. I use Chrome, but its become a bit tiresome, like a lumbering train or something. I used to use Firefox. Maybe I'll go back to it.