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浏览器选择和你的个性

这是我在xuchao的blog上看到的文章,并已经向原文作者及翻译者发布了引用通告。

2006-10-09

我经常根据一个人所使用的浏览器来评价某个人。不管你信不信,你对浏览器的选择往往反映出了你的个性。

IE 5.0:
  你使用电脑仅仅是为了即时聊天,写写电子邮件和博客。你顽固地拒绝升级你那老旧的WIN98,因为你并不需要太多的功能而且认为WIN98已经工作地很好了。你同时可能不使用任何杀毒软件,你只是每个月让你的儿子,侄子或朋友把把病毒清理干净而已。

IE 6.0:
  你很可能并不知道什么叫做“浏览器”并且认为IE就是因特网。你对技术没有清晰的概念,而且你通常对电脑感到畏惧。同样的,你使用电脑也仅仅 是为了即时聊天,写写电子邮件和博客。也许你的朋友曾不断地向你提及“被炒鱿鱼的狐狸”(Fired Fox),但你一直不明白那到底是什么,也不准备在它上面花时间。

IE 7.0:
  你认为你站在了技术的最前沿,同时认为微软是地球上最伟大的公司。至于那个邪恶的“Lenoux”操作系统(音同Linux)则是由恐怖分子 编写出来的。你在卧室的墙上张贴了斯蒂夫·鲍尔默(微软首席执行官)的海报,并希望自己在未来能成为第二个比尔·盖茨。你一想到“Vista”便会激动地 浑身颤抖、坐立不安。

Firefox 1.x:
  你很可爱而且有点傻里傻气的,并为FireFox感到骄傲。你是开源运动的强烈支持者,你认为理查德·马修·斯托曼才是“真正的男人”。你其 实并不关心 FireFox是不是比IE更安全,更快速——你会一直使用FireFox,哪怕它的效率比IE低上十倍。你只是因为你得到了一个免费、开源并拥有庞大技 术支持社区的浏览器而感到高兴。无论任何时候你都会安装至少7个必不可少的扩展。

Firefox 2.0 Beta:
  在白天你是个程序员,到了晚上你就成了一个开源软件开发者。要不,你就是一个疯狂的Firefox粉丝。你热衷于上报你遇到的每一个Bug, 很可能你已经发布了至少一个开源项目的补丁。你喜欢对程序修修补补,而且丝毫不会在意在自己的电脑上运行beta版软件。毕竟,发现新的Bug和修改最新 的软件对你来说充满了乐趣。

Mozilla:
  从一开始你就在使用Mozilla。你认为FireFox宣传得过了火,相对于FireFox你更愿意去使用旧版的Netscape。你并不 认为 Mozilla套装(Moz Suite)是个负担——事实上你更喜欢一个集成了邮件客户端、IRC聊天客户端和网页编辑器的浏览器。你很不理解为什么有些人宁愿去挑选一个功能很少的 浏览器而不是选择Mozilla。在其他的方便你更像一个Firefox用户——你喜欢开源、你喜欢你的浏览器扩展、等等——或许你会说Firefox用 户的口味和你非常相似。总之,你们在使用一个令人钦佩的、功能强大的、gecko内核的浏览器,与此同时很多人仍然在他们的IE浏览器里挣扎。

Opera:
  你并不关心Firefox之流,你所需要的只是一个世界上最好的浏览器——对你来说那就是Opera,而你很可能早在Opera收费时就购买 了它。如果有一个Firefox粉丝对你的浏览器评头论足,你就会打开一个ACID2测试,然后以此来驳倒他。你知道什么是你所需要的(一个快速、支持标 准的浏览器),你也明白怎样得到它。你对浏览器大战丝毫不感兴趣,虽然你有一点点希望Firefox获胜,因为如果那样的话会有更少的网页开发者制作只兼 容IE的页面。

Netscape 8.x:
  你是一个刚刚得到一台新电脑的老资历网民,虽然你对互联网知道的并不多,但你却清楚地记得你需要Netscape去使用它。你并不明白人们谈 到的IE和那个叫Fire什么的东西到底是什么,而且搞不清楚奥普拉·温弗瑞(Oprah,一个脱口秀主持人,音同Opera)和因特网有什么关系,你所 知道的就是点开那个大大的“N”,然后变成“在线”。你认为史蒂文的关于网络的演讲很有道理。

Netscape 7 和更老的版本:
  参见IE 5.0。

AOL Explorer:
  曾经有一天你安装了最新的AIM客户端,然后这个东西就成了你的默认浏览器。你非常讨厌它,但你却不知道怎样才能把它变回去。你甚至不知道你 怎样才能向你的那些电脑高手朋友们描述这个问题,当你想得到帮助时你也许会像这样提问:“你能把这个新的网络,呃,变回原来的那个旧网络吗?”他们只会瞪 着你,然后装作不明白你在说什么。他们或许并不像他们自己所说的那样了解电脑。

AOL Suite:
  你很可能仍然在使用AOL的拨号网络,不然的话,你就是觉得在你使用宽带网络之后仍然需要AOL。有人告诉过你其实你上网是不需要用AOL拨号的,但你无法想象这是怎么一回事。这看起来很难做到,而且似乎是非法的。

Safari:
  恭喜你!你是一个Mac用户并享受着那个名字给你带来的好处和好心情。你喜欢OSX,并且永远不会使用Windows。Windows对你来 说实在是太过丑陋和低效,你更喜欢Mac的简洁和清晰,而Safari就是一个为你工作的浏览器。你从不会烦心去寻找另一个浏览器,因为你对你现在拥有的 一切已经非常满意,你也不会因为世界而改变它。

Konqueror:
  你是一个linux用户,并且打心底就是个极客(?)。你认为 KDE是最好的桌面环境,并且因此而鄙视Gnome。你喜欢一个同时是文件管理器、ftp/scp客户端、smb分享客户端、PDF文档查看器和其它很多 东西的浏览器。你喜欢向你的朋友炫耀KDE的网络透明度,你仅仅通过浏览器在你的网页服务器上编辑一个HTML文件,保存它,然后又在浏览器里重新载入修 改后的文件。你日常使用的绝大多数软件都以K字大头(Kmail, Kontact, Kdevelop, Koffice 等等)

Lynx:
  你肯定是个骗子,你真的想让我相信你使用一个文字浏览器来浏览所有网页?尤其是一个不支持javascript, frames, css甚至连 tables显示都有问题的浏览器?说真的,我可以相信你一直使用VI(一个编辑器),用Mutt或Pine做你的主要邮件客户端,但你不可能让我相信你 使用lynx作你的主浏览器。如果你真的做到了,那么你就是我一生中见到过的最最执着的极客了。向你脱帽致敬!

  如果你不同意上面的话,请留言好让我知道。如果你被我不幸言中,那么请停止使用那个该死的浏览器并换一个真正的浏览器吧。也请你自由地给我漏掉的浏览器作简短的描述。
  免责声明:我不清楚是谁制作的那个FireFox图像(就是本文开头的那个),有个人在留言本中曾使用它作头像。我向那个作者致以崇高的敬意,如果我能找到他的话。

  谢谢你们所有的评论,让我们开公布诚吧——我并没有说Lynx是一个差劲的浏览器,事实上我在很多不同的方面都经常使用它。我只是怀疑是否有人把它作为主浏览器。如果你是的话,向你脱帽致敬!你比我执着多了。
  现在我补充一些漏掉的比较流行的浏览器:

Flock:
  他们也许会称你为Web 2.0先生。你所使用浏览器表明一点:你的足迹遍布flickr, del.icio.us, youtube和其它一打的网站。你认为Firefox还不错,但它并不不能让你在弹指间就能完成写博客、照片共享、标签和网络书签等等功能。你希望在你 的脑袋里植入一块芯片,这样你就能一直连接到网络,而且能使用24/7移动博客。当一些目光短浅的人告诉你Flock只不过是Firefox的修改版时, 你会赶走他们并说他们不能以更宽广的视野看东西。

Epiphany:
  你是一个Gnome 用户并为之自豪。你认为KDE简直是地狱里出来折磨人的东西,并且热衷于向人们解释KDE必须经过几个小时的修改才能使用,至于那些说KDE马上就能用的 人则是可耻的骗子。你希望所有东西能更加简单和直观——那就是你为什么选择了Gnome,这同样也是你使用Epiphany的原因。你试过Mozzila 和Firefox,但你发现它们实在是臃肿、丑陋和麻烦。你的桌面就像你的书桌一样整齐有序。

Maxthon and Avant:
  你也许有些疑惑,虽然你喜欢IE并且不会换用别的浏览器,也不会担心网站会出现渲染不正常的错误,更不会担心它像其它内核浏览器那样不支持 ActiveX控件,但你心底还是羡慕那些使用可以做到标签页浏览和其它很酷的功能的浏览器的朋友。你承认IE有点落后于时代,而你想要一些更加现代的东 西,同时也不想放弃正常显示一些网站。Maxhton/Avant 让你拥有了世界上最好的两项功能——舒适温暖的IE渲染引擎和其它浏览器里非常酷的功能。当IE7发布正式版时你就会换用IE7。

Sea Monkey:
  你很喜欢简单的软件套装,对你来说把浏览器和电子邮件客户端分开是不可理喻的。你以前习惯于使用Mozilla,但Sea Monkey发布后你很快便换了口味并不再回头。你认为“Sea Monkey”是浏览器中有史以来最酷的名字。

w3m:
  你一生的大部分时间都在当系统管理员。你很少看见阳光,因为你一天中大部分时间花在大型服务器的周围。如果周围没有电脑风扇的“嗡嗡”声你便 无法入睡。哪怕是在夏天你每天也不得不穿一件暖和的夹克,因为服务器机房里的冷气开的是如此之高,如果你不加以注意的话便很容易感冒。年轻的极客们都向你 看其,并试图模仿你——而你一直也不知道这是为什么。

K-Meleon:
  你对长时间等待浏览器启动感到很不耐烦,甚至IE的启动速度对你来说也太慢了点。这也是为什么你的浏览器会预读取页面,然后仅仅花费十亿分之 一秒去载入页面。你的生活节奏非常快,根本没有时间去等待浏览器慢慢启动。你可以花费几个小时去设置Windows注册表来提升程序的响应速度、载入时 间,并减少所有程序的超时时间。

Dillo:
  你从心底就是一个喜欢低资源占用的人,你喜欢让你的程序更加小巧和快速。你最喜欢运行IceWM或Windowmaker,同时嘲笑那些臃肿的桌面环境像KDE或Gnome。你以本地Linux/BSD guru著称。

原文英文地址:
http://www.terminally-incoherent.co...ur-personality/

你可以随意传播本文翻译,但一定要注明出处 http://my.opera.com/z8519312/blog/show.dml/423938

原文:
原文:(转载自Terminally Incoherent)

I often tend to judge people based on the type of browser they use. Believe it or not, the choice of your favorite browser reveals a lot about your personality.

IE 5.0:

You only use your computer for IM, email and Myspace. You stubbornly refuse to upgrade that ancient Win 98 box that you are using because you don’t need some fancy computer and in your opinion the one you have works just fine. You also probably don’t use antivirus or antispyware either. You just let your son/nephew/friend clean it out every month or so.

IE 6.0:

You probably don’t know what a “browser” is and you think Internet is IE. You have no clue about technology, and you are generally afraid of computers. You also use your machine only for IM, chat, email and myspace. Your friends keep telling you about that “Fried Fox” thingy but you don’t really understand this stuff and never really had time to look into it.

IE 7.0:

You consider yourself to be on the cutting edge of technology. You think that Microsoft is the greatest company on the earth, and that this evil “Lenoux” operating system is made by terrorists. You have a poster of Steve Ballmer on your wall, and you want to be like Bill Gates when you grow up. When you think about Vista you get goosebumps and shiver with excitement.

Firefox 1.x:

You are most likely a little bit geeky and proud of it. You are a strong supporter of the Open Source movement, and you think that RMS is “the man”. You really don’t care if FF is faster, or safer than IE - you would use it even if it performed 10 times worse. You are just happy that you have a free, open source browser with a huge community that is supporting it. At any given time you have installed at least 7 extensions that you couldn’t live without.

Firefox 2.0 Beta:

You are a developer by day and open source developer by night. Either that, or a huge Firefox fan. You are all over Bugzilla reporting all the issues you encounter with the browser. You have probably summited at least one patch to an open source project at some point in your life. You love to tinker with your applications, and you don’t mind running beta software on your machine. After all, it is fun to discover new bugs, and to work little kinks out of the new cutting edge programs.

Mozilla:

You have been with Mozilla since the begging. You think that Firefox is really over-hyped and you prefer the old school Netscape like environment much better. You don’t think the Moz Suite is bloated - you actually like having a mail client, irc client, and a web editor embedded in the browser. You don’t understand why people would pick a browser with less features. In all other aspects you are much like a Firefox user - you love Open Source, you are fond of your extensions and etc… Actually, no - you would rather say that Firefox users are much like you in their tastes. After all, you were using an awesome gecko powered browser while they were still struggling with their IE or whatever.

Opera:

You really don’t care for they Firefox hype. What you want is the best browser there is - and for you that’s Opera. You actually used to pay them when the browser was ad supported. If a Firefox fanboi starts talking smack about your browser you quickly shoot him down by proposing the ACID2 test. You know what you want (a fast, standards compliant browser) and you know where to get it. Browser wars do not interest you at all, although you kinda hope that Firefox wins so that fewer web developers make IE only pages.

Netscape 8.x:

You are a senior citizen, who just recently got a new computer. You don’t really understand anything about the internets, but you distinctly remember that you must have Netscape to run them. You can’t understand all that talk about Internet Explorator and Firesomething, and you have no clue what Oprah has to do with the internets. All you know is that you need to click on that big N to get to the “onlines”. You think that Senator Steven’s speech about net neutrality made a lot of sense. You also sent out an internet one day, and the other person haven’t received it for days.

Netscape 7 and below:

See IE 5.0.

AOL Explorer:

Ever since you installed new AIM client this thing became your default browser. You really hate it, but you just can’t figure out how to change it back. You don’t even know how to explain what you want to your computer savvy friends. Whenever you try to get help and you say something like “can you change the new internet, back to the old internet?” they just stare at you and pretend they don’t understand. They probably don’t know as much about computers as they say they do, or something.

AOL Suite:

You most likely either still use AOL as your dialup ISP. Either that, or you somehow figured that you still need AOL even after getting broadband connection. Someone told you you can actually use the internets without starting AOL but you haven’t figured out how is that possible. It seems really difficult though, and you suspect it might be illegal.

Safari:

Congratulations! You are a Mac user with all perks and benefits that title offers you. You love OSX, and you would never use Windows. It just seems ugly and kludge stricken to you. You like the simplicity, and clarity that Mac offers you, and Safari is a browser that just works for you. You never really bothered to look for another one, because you are fully satisfied with what you have and you wouldn’t change it for the world.

Konqueror:

You are a linux user, and a geek at heart. You think that KDE is the best desktop environment out there, and you despise Gnome. You love the fact that your browser is also file manager, a ftp/scp client, smb share client, a PDF viewer and many other things. You like to show off KDE’s network transparency to your friends by scp’ing to your web server, editing HTML file, saving it, and then refreshing the modified page without ever leaving the browser. Most of the applications you use on a daily basis have names starting with a k (Kmail, Kontact, Kdevelop, Koffice etc..)

Lynx:

You are a liar. You really want me to believe that you use a text browser for everything? Especially one that does not support javascript, frames, css and has trouble displaying tables? Seriously, I can totally believe that you use vi all the time, and that your primary email client is Mutt or Pine. But there is no way that I’m prepared to buy that you use lynx for everything. And if you would, then you’d be the most hardcore geek I have ever seen in my life. Hats off to you!

If you disagree with any of the above, please let me know in the comments. If you are offended, then stop using that shit you use and get a real browser. Also feel free to add short descriptions for the browsers that I missed.

Disclaimer: I have no clue who made that awesome firefox image. Someone had it as an avatar on a message board. I’m perfectly willing to give the author credit if I can find him.

update Sun, August 20 2006, 04:00 AM

Thank you for all the comments. Just to set things straight - I am not saying Lynx is a bad browser. I use it quite often in fact for various things. I’m just saying that I doubt a lot of people would use it as their main browser of choice. But if you are, hats off to you! You are much more hardcore than I am.

update Sun, August 20 2006, 10:09 PM

Now, here are some missing browsers by popular demand:

Flock:

They might as well call you Mr. Web 2.0. You are all over flickr, del.icio.us, youtube and dozens of other websites, and your browser reflects it. You think that Firefox is OK, but it does not include all the blogging, photo sharing, tagging and bookmark sharing tools right there at your fingertips. You wish you could get a chip implanted in your brain so that you would stay connected to the web and be able to moblog 24/7. When the small minded people tell you that Flock is just a fork of Firefox you dismiss them saying they are not seeing the big picture.

Epiphany:

You are a Gnome user and proud of it. You consider KDE a torture device from hell. You are fond of explaining people that KDE must be configured for hours before it can be usable. The people who claim that KDE is totally usable right out of the box are definitely dirty liers. You prefer things simple and intuitive - that’s why you picked Gnome, and that’s why you use Epiphany. You tried using Mozzila and Firefox but you found them bloated, counterintuitive and ugly. Your desktop is neat an organized, just like your desk is.

Maxthon and Avant:

You are a little bit confused. You like IE and you wouldn’t change it for another browser. You don’t want to worry about sites that won’t render properly, or ActiveX controls that won’t work on an alternative browser. But deep down inside you are envious of your friends who get to have tabbed browsing, and other cool features. You do recognize that IE is a little behind the times though, and you want something more modern, without giving up your ability to render certain websites. Maxhton/Avant lets you have the best of both worlds - the warm and comfy feel of IE rendering engine, and all the cool features that are standard in other browsers. You will likely switch to IE7 when it is out of beta.

Sea Monkey:

You simply like application suites. You can’t help it, but the thought of using separate applications for web browsing an email just seems obscene to you. You used to use Mozilla but when Sea Monkey was released, you quickly jumped ship and you have never looked back. You think Sea Monkey is the coolest name for a browser ever!

w3m:

You have been a sysadmin for most of your life. You rarely see the sunlight because you spend most of your day in the bowels of the NOC surrounded by big servers. You can’t sleep without the background noise of a humming computer fan. You take a warm jacket to work even in the summertime because the AC in the server room is cranked up so high you could get a cold just thinking about it. Young geeks look up to you, and try to imitate you - but you could never figure out why.

K-Meleon:

You are way to impatient to wait for your browser to load. Even IE starts up to slow for you. That’s why your browser has a preloader, and it is cranked up so high that it only takes nanoseconds for the window to pop up on the screen. You live life in the fast lane, and you do not have time to wait for the slow moving applications. You can remember spending hours doing windows registry tweaks to bring up those response rates, loading times, and decrease timeouts on everything.

Dillo:

You are a minimalist at heart. You like your applications small and fast. You can be obsessive about memory footprints of the programs you run on a daily basis. You most likely run IceWM or Windowmaker on your machine and you sneer at the bloated desktop environments such as KDE or Gnome. You are known as the the local Linux/BSD guru.

Sigh… I tried to write something about Camino, Shiira and Omniweb but I have nothing. I never used them. Please feel free to do your own description of those in the comment and I will include it in the post.

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共有2条评论对于'浏览器选择和你的个性'
Sea Monkey says:
2007年03月23日 09时32分 windows Windows firefox Firefox
以前好像用过这个,只是“海猿”究竟有这种动物吗?

Sea Monkey says:
2007年03月23日 09时39分 windows Windows firefox Firefox
以前好像用过这个,只是“海猿”究竟有这种动物吗?

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