xdavexxx writes " Speakeasy, one of the largest DSL providers in the United States, recently announced that it will begin offering a specialized version of Mozilla Firefox to its customers. In doing so, they are one of the first internet companies to offer an official customized version of Firefox to its customers. This custom version of Firefox will keep the Firefox Google home page, but have the Speakeasy logo and feature a Speakeasy toolbar filled with links recommended by Speakeasy. No money was exchanged between the Mozilla Foundation and Speakeasy, as Firefox is open source and is freely available for use by anyone. Speakeasy's reasoning for this is simple; to increase the reliability and speed of its internet service." It should be pointed that Slashdot (and OSTG) have a partnership with Speakeasy.