I like: "It's 106 miles to Chicago. We have a full tank of gas, a half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark out AND we're wearing sunglasses. HIT IT!"
Considering that Java appears to be a flimsy screen door in any company's firewall, I would think that most SANE organizations would've started moving off of that platform YEARS ago...
It's my primary browser/E-Mail/Usenet client. Why install two products when just one will do?? It also takes up less resources as well.
The only issue I have is that a lot of Firefox extensions won't work in Seamonkey, and their authors don't seem terribly eager to support Seamonkey either. I used it in Windows, and now that I'm in the process of migrating to Linux (Ubuntu), I'm using it there, too.
...if you still use a 3270 terminal that is (or indeed even know what one is)
REXX is everywhere.
I thought that was that NASTY Filipino snack food consisting of a cooked, fertile duck egg with a pinch of salt...