This is the ongoing saga of my responses to a Blogger using the handle "Andrew K." On September 13, 2007, I posted an article entitled "Debunking the 'Firefox Myths' page." The point of the post was to address what I saw as factual errors on firefoxmyths.com. Someone claiming to be the "Andrew K" who created Firefoxmyths.com posted a couple of replies to my original article. Since I expected the resulting thread to get rather long I've chosen to respond to his posts with separate articles on my blog.
First, a little background. One of the comments came from FreewheelinFrank who provided me some insight and a few links. Here are FreewheelinFrank's links.
The article "The myths of Firefox Myths" was written by a blogger who was convinced to try Opera by the original Firefox myths page. He then attempted to contact Andrew K about some of the holes he found on the site, specifically the fact that it fails to approach Firefox in an unbiased manner. He was rudely rebuffed and proceeded to create a page debunking the myths one by one. I recommend reading it, as he makes a lot of good points and the comment links are often hilarious, particularly the superior Firefox Myths page that takes a far more even handed approach.
Next, FreewheelinFrank links to "Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 Days in 2006" which I wrote about in my first response to Andrew K's comments.
Finally, grantlairdjr.com/wp/2006/05/18/firefox-myths starts off with a link to firefoxmyths.com and contains a thread discussing the claims made on the site and someone claiming to be Andrew K responds.