Mozilla tells us how we use the web

Mozilla has just released its first report on the state of the Internet. The browser maker has an opt-in feedback engine from which it can capture data about how people use browsers, and it’s making that data available to the world.

Along with some more obvious metrics, such as browser use, the research also covers what time of day people start work, how many browser tabs they have open, and personalization. It’s an example of how user instrumentation and lifetracking can happen in strange places.

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