So, I turn on my computer today and immediately click on Mozilla Firefox (as I do everyday) to do my morning browsing on the net before getting a shower.
Normally, the W is my homepage. However, today nothing loaded and my Firefox loading info bar thing (at the bottom of the window) says "Locating home.mozilla.org" or something similar. Once in a while Firefox resets itself and I lose my bookmarks. Boo-hoo, I can live with it because I don't have to worry about IE 5 and spyware, etc. So I wait...and nothing loads. And I wait some more, and Windows tells me that Mozilla ain't workin' and I gotta quit it. I tried IE 5 and it works. I ran virus scans and spyware scans and still no dice. And then I uninstalled Mozilla and reinstalled it. Still won't work.
So, remember when Google's cache system was changed from its initial (perfectly acceptable) design, so that two "arrows" would magically appear next to your search results and provide a quick screengrab of what the site looks like?