Lifehacker has a great interview with Mike Beltzner, Firefox product director on current Firefox’s speed and performance, its competitors, and upcoming releases.
Asked about Ubiquity and Taskfox, the project that aims to deliver its command line abilities into Firefox, he explains Mozilla’s vision on tasks acceleration:
Banking always requires me to find the bank site, log in, and get to the exact page for what I want to do. Why can’t Firefox know that my bank is Scotiabank, then remember the chain of events I go through to pay a certain bill or check a balance? Our intent is to find out what the intent behind those patterns are, and figure out better ways to get there.
A great read, at lifehacker.com.