(Yes, this is Fox NEWS not BUSINESS Channel -- but what's important is how they treated their viewers.) Fox News is Responsive to the Linux Community. http://tinyurl.com/5f5eva This is in stark contrast to CNBC's treatment of its Web viewers, who despite their much-ballyhooed "interactive" and "useful" site makeover in 2006, still precludes folks from viewing their website videos using non-Microsoft browsers, thus making their website LESS interactive and LESS useful to a growing segment of the community. Folks have complained about it for two years, with no success. >From the CNBC FAQ: > http://www.cnbc.com/id/15839052/site/14081545/#supportfirefox > > Does CNBC.com support the use of Firefox browsers? > > Yes. A plugin is currently required to view video on CNBC.com using > Firefox version 1.5. Click here to access the plugin. It's quite clear CNBC could care less about this matter: the so-called Firefox plug-in is a few years out of date, designed for an old version of Firefox, and there is none available for Firefox 2.0. How's that for showing how much CNBC cares? Granted, I don't watch CNBC-TV now that I have Bloomberg. CNBC got too sensational, political, and cheerlead-y as it began to compete with the upstart Fox Biz Channel. As a result, I continue to think CNBC's more about providing 'investotainment' to the amateurs than useful 'business news' for serious investors. Even though I don't watch their network or visit their website very often, bravo to Fox News for listening to their viewers tech concern -- and, boo to CNBC for doing the exact opposite. Disclosure: there's one CNBC analyst in Chicago (Rick Santelli) whose views, opinions, and analysis I do respect, and would love to be able to keep receiving via the Web. But as for the rest of the network.....bleh.