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As long as it works with FireFox it benefits me. But strangly enougth many rivals of Microsoft develop for IE (Intenet Explorer) instead.
Take sony(Playstation vs XBOX) for example: http://www.connect.com/non_ie.html
I have tried it & it works great on Linux. The only reason I have been duel booting w/windows was b/c of Musicmatch. I have since cancelled my Musicmatch subsription & joined Rhapsody. Although it is $10 a month instead of $7, I have found that Rhapsody is much better than Musicmatch in almost everyway. You can practically listen to whatever you want & have not found any bands that they don't have, and I listen to some pretty obscure music. I really hope that Rhapsody keeps on this route, ie. browser based services instead of a downloaded program only for windows, b/c I think this service is great. The $10 monthly fee is completely worth it.