This post originally appeared on the Mozilla Hacks blog.
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About:hacks will be published monthly, and will include demos, tutorials, Firefox release information, the latest on web standards and developer tools, and updates on the Mozilla Developer Network.
This first issue includes, among other things, a demo that combines Processing and multi-touch, an HTML5 video tutorial, a preview of Firebug 1.5 and Eventbug, and a sneak peek at what’s going on behind the scenes at Mozilla.
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