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Monday, 18 November 2013 09:07

Sun gives Firefox a PR coup

Written by Nick Farrell



Not even Microsoft gets its logo in space

Big Cheeses at the open sauce Mozzarella Foundation are celebrating after the sun appeared to give its marketing efforts a leg-up.

Sun scientists were looking at video footage of the centre of the system’s magnetic flux lines when they noticed a clear image of what appeared to be the Firefox logo. Ok, there is an element of “we are looking at inkblots and we just see what we want to see” but who wants to see the Firefox logo? And if you do, what sort of therapy will you need to recover afterwards.

Still it only lasted a few seconds, to it is unlikely that the move will upset any business rivals.

Check out the video after the break.

Nick Farrell

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