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Thoughts

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Sometimes Cory starts off a reading of an article or a book with some thoughts at the beginning of the podcast episode. The article/book doesn't need to be transcribed, but some of those thoughts really should.

Flowers From Al 02[edit | edit source]

Cory starts off this episode by sounding totally heartbroken about Mozilla's decision to add DRM to Firefox. That's the important thing about this episode. He later wrote an article on that topic, which he read in the episode Firefox’s adoption of closed-source DRM breaks my heart.