Firefox 3.5 Now Available for Download

Can you believe it’s been more than a year since Firefox 3 debuted? While that release smashed all sorts of download records, today sees the release of a major upgrade to that browser: Firefox 3.5.

As expected, Firefox 3.5 features a new private browsing mode, location-aware browsing, and support for the Ogg Theora video format. Most significant though, Firefox 3.5 significantly improves the performance of the browser. Mozilla claims that Firefox 3.5 is twice as fast as Firefox 3, and a whopping 10x faster than Firefox 2.0.

We’ve been covering the evolution of the Firefox 3.5 browser for some time, and test versions have previously been available to developers and the curious. But now, Mozilla has put its stamp of approval on it, and it’s available here for the masses to download.

We’ll have more on Firefox 3.5 later, but in the meantime check out Josh Catone’s piece from yesterday: What’s On Tap for Firefox in 2010.

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Twitter Revamps Following and Followers Pages

Twitter has just rolled out an update to the pages where you browse the list of people you’re following and those following you. These pages – which you get to by clicking the following/follower counts on any user profile – now come with a whole lot more information about other Twitter users.

For example, on the page listing your followers, Twitter now shows a check mark of the people you follow back. There’s also a pull-down menu that includes options for direct messaging them, sending them an @ mention, following them (if you’re not already doing so), or blocking them.

Meanwhile, on the page listing people you follow, there are options for sending them a mention, unfollowing, or, if they follow you, sending them a direct message. Both on this page and on that of your followers, you also get to see each user’s bio.

Interestingly, these options aren’t just available on your profile, but on any profile you visit. Comparing this to the previous design, which included just a name and profile picture, it’s a lot more information that you now have to work with, and an excellent way to find new people to follow.

In other words, you can now visit a friend or co-workers profile, see who they’re following, and then decide whether you want to follow those people based on their profile information (without actually visiting their profile) which is available to you right there. However, you can still toggle between the new “expanded view” and “list view,” which is more like the former format.

This is reminiscent of the change that Twitter recently made to include more metadata in the follower notification emails it sends out, allowing you to make a quicker decision as to whether or not you want to return the follow. In all, it points to Twitter giving its users more tools to expand their networks on the site.

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WARNING: New Facebook Scams Today, Junfunrun and Bulitre

We’ve previously covered a number of Facebook scams, most designed to steal your Facebook login details to spam your friends. Today another such scam popped up: the Mashable team currently has multiple mails from “Junfunrun [dot] com” and “Bulitre [dot] com” (don’t visit those domains).

We’re not yet sure whether this is a fresh attack designed to steal login details, or whether it’s spam being sent from previously compromised accounts. Either way, the message is simple: if you get a link to one of these domains from a Facebook friend today, don’t click it. The scam is easy to spot because the automatically generated subject lines are in the format “Hi {RAND}”.

You should also check that your Facebook account is not sending these mails, as explained below.
If you receive one of these Facebook mails, simply delete it – one of your friends is affected but not you. If you find, however, that your account is sending the mails:

1. As a precaution, go to your browser settings and clear your cookies.

2. Change your Facebook password

3. Make sure your antivirus software is up to date and run a full system scan

4. Never enter your Facebook password on a 3rd party site, and be cautious about downloading untrusted software like a “free video player” – both methods have been used to steal login details in the past

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Step Aside, YouTube, The Pirates are Coming

Getting annoyed by the fact that you can’t really find videos (and other copyrighted material) on YouTube anymore? Depending on how patient you are, we’ve got some good news for you. The Pirate Bay’s video sharing project, The Video Bay has opened up its beta version to the public.

There’s bad news, too: when we say beta, we mean extreme beta. To prove they aren’t kidding about the beta part, the folks behind the website slapped a big sign on it, saying: don’t expect anything to work at all.

What’s the point, then? Well, while the actual site is far from being a useful service (let alone a competitor to YouTube), some of the technology is up and running.
In practice, this means that the site will work only if you use a browser that supports HTML5, meaning one of the following: Firefox 3.5 beta 4, Opera 9.52 preview, Google Chrome 3 or Safari 4 or 3.4. Don’t expect too much, though: search doesn’t work and browsing is currently disabled without a username and a password. This functionality, however, was open to the public before, and hopefully it’ll soon get opened again.

For now, however, you can try the site out through a sneak preview: two clips, one audio and one video, are available for everyone to see. Nice, but not enough to satisfy our curiosity.

As far as the site actually being launched properly, TPB’s Peter Sunde doesn’t have much to say, jokingly claiming the launch date is within “a year…or five.” It’s true, however, that YouTube isn’t what it used to be, and its arguably biggest competitor Hulu, in terms of premium content, doesn’t work in most parts of the world. There are a lot of people interested in just watching their favorite videos, and – though its legality might be questionable – The Video Bay might be the video service to watch.

On the other hand, The Pirate Bay has been launching projects left and right in the last couple of years, many of them still unfinished; it’s possible that the Pirate Bay team has bitten more than it can chew, and that some of these projects – The Video Bay, which has been under development for two years now, included – will never see the light of day.

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Microsoft Security Essentials (aka Morro) Available for Limited Download

Windows only: We've been keeping you up to date on Morro, Microsoft's free anti-malware now officially known as Microsoft Security Essentials, since it first hit the rumor-mill. If you're eager to try it out, MSE beta is available for download now.

The catch: Microsoft is capping MSE downloads at 75,000, so get it while it's hot. According to ZDNet, the download was supposed to be available at 9PST, but it's 8:20 now and I was able to download it without a problem.

Also according to ZDNet, you'll need to be in the U.S., Israel, or Brazil to try out the beta, and like most early downloads from Microsoft, you'll need to sign in with a Live account to get rolling (I also had to complete a Microsoft Connect registration and a survey). MSE is available for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 (including both 32- and 64-bit for Vista and Windows 7).

Update: Your computer will also need to pass the whole Windows Genuine Advantage validation, so hopefully you're legit.

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is a cross-platform web browser and Internet suite which handles common Internet-related tasks including visiting web sites, sending and receiving e-mail messages, managing contacts, chatting online, viewing Widgets, downloading BitTorrents, and reading Newsfeeds. Opera's lightweight mobile web browser Opera Mini and most current versions of its desktop application are offered free of charge.

Opera is proprietary software developed by Opera Software based in Oslo, Norway. It runs on a variety of operating systems including many versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. It is also used in mobile phones, smartphones, Personal Digital Assistants, game consoles and interactive televisions. Technology from Opera is also licensed by other companies for use in such products as Adobe Creative Suite.

Opera started out as a research project in Norway's largest telecom company, Telenor, in 1994, and branched out into an independent development company named Opera Software ASA in 1995. Opera Software develops the Opera Web browser, a high-quality, multi-platform product for a wide range of platforms, operating systems and embedded Internet products.

Opera's vision is to deliver the best Internet experience on any device. Opera's key business objective is to earn global leadership in the market for PC/desktops and embedded products. Opera's main business strategy is to provide a browser that operates across devices, platforms and operating systems, and can deliver a faster, more stable and flexible Internet experience than its competitors.

Usage share
As of October 2006, usage data gives Opera's overall global share of the browser market as being between 0.5% and 1.0%, although Opera's usage share is over 12% in Ukraine, over 9% in Russia, and over 6% in Poland and Lithuania.[28][29][30]

Since its first release in 1996, the browser has had limited success on desktop computers in the face of competitors including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Netscape. Opera Software has had more success in the area of mobile browsing, with product releases for a variety of platforms. There is not currently any substantial data on mobile browsing statistics (perhaps due to the tiny proportion of browsing that occurs on equipment other than desktop or laptop computers). Opera's availability on many platforms has given users access to a highly functional browser where this choice did not previously exist.

A number of Linux distributions, such as SuSE and MCNLive, distribute Opera.

Available for Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite is an Opera version that comes on a regular DS game card, but with an additional Nintendo DS Option Pak cartridge for extra memory that can be plugged into the DS's 2nd port. This will allow the Nintendo DS to access the World Wide Web. A version of the Opera Browser is available for the Wii via the Internet Channel. The Internet Channel was offered as a free download from the Wii Shop Channel until June 2007 since its April 2007 release. Now it is available for download for 500 Wii Points. The browser can be stored on the Wii internal flash memory.

Ubuntu is cooperating with their 6.x versions so Ubuntu users can easily download Opera 9. Gentoo allows users to download and install Opera using the Portage package management system.

Opera 9 - Always secure with Opera


- Share Everything™

Started as a video sharing site in July of 2006, Flixya has grown from a dedicated and loyal member base (all through word of mouth) and has quickly evolved into a thriving social media community.

Flixya makes it fun and easy to share videos, photos and blogs. We thought, why stop there? So, we set out to offer a platform that changes the way people think about social networking and goes beyond video sharing.

Flixya.com - A Social Networking Platform that Pays Members 100% Ad Revenue

By offering similar elements of popular social networking sites and combining a monetization method for content producers in one solution, Flixya.com enables any individual who qualifies for Google AdSense a rapid and powerful method to publish and monetize their online content and keep all the revenue.

"Our belief is that the true value of social networking is the community, and we continue to strive to promote member ownership with our platform," said Adam Oliver, Flixya Co-founder and CEO. "By rewarding the community of contributing members at 100%, we feel Flixya represents the second generation of social networking and raises the bar by setting the standard for the future of online social responsibility."

Unlike any other website on the Internet, Flixya combines a social media networking platform that leverages a long feature set for sharing digital media content. In addition, a scalable and effective method to monetize members content at 100%. Above all else, we continue to focus on building tools for the Flixya community to consume, distribute and monetize digital media.

Flixya is the place to:
  • Earn 100% ad revenue
  • Network and make friends
  • Share or upload videos
  • Organize a photo gallery
  • Upload images for free image hosting
  • Create and write a blog and more
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is a UK-based internet radio and music community website, founded in 2002. It is one of the world's largest social music platforms with over 15 million active users based in more than 232 countries. On May 30, 2007, CBS Interactive acquired Last.fm for US$280m (£140m), the largest European Web 2.0 purchase to date.

Using a unique music recommendation system known as "Audioscrobbler", Last.fm builds a detailed profile of each user's musical taste by recording details of all the songs the user listens to, either on the streamed radio stations or on the user's own computer or iPod. This information is transferred to Last.fm's database ("Scrobbled") via a plugin installed into the users' music player. The profile data is displayed on a personal web page. The site offers numerous social networking features and can recommend and play artists similar to the user's favourites.

Users can create custom radio stations and playlists from any of the audio tracks in Last.fm's music library, but are not able to listen to individual tracks on demand, or to download tracks unless the rightsholder has previously authorised it. Registration is required to acquire a profile but is not necessary to view any part of the site or to listen to radio stations.

Download LastFM player here

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Tribal Wars is a free browser based MMOG. You can play the game from nearly any computer with internet access because there are no downloads necessary.

Your goal is to lead a medieval village to fame and power. With your help the small village will grow bigger and bigger. The population grows, production rises and trade prospers.

But not only your village grows. Neighbours are also looking to expand their influence. Troops are being recruited, villages are fortified and wild axemen plunder and kill.

You will meet other players, with whom you can fight together in a tribe.

Your village grows bigger and soon the formerly small village will conquer other villages...

In the beginning of the game, it is important that you invest in your village and construct buildings. There are fifteen different building available. However, at the start of the game only seven of them are accessible for you. The others become available after you have constructed other buildings.

The construction of a building costs you a certain amount of resources (wood, iron and clay), which your lumberjacks, clay pit and iron mine produce, even when you are off-line. Besides these resources you also need villagers for the new building. You can add villagers by upgrading your farm to the next level. Upgrading buildings takes about twenty minutes in the beginning. But in the course of the game this construction time increases considerably.

New villages are also being established in your area of the map. They are controlled by other players. Communicating and cooperating with them is the basic idea behind "Tribal Wars". Some of the other players will try to plunder you, others will engage in trade relations with you or support you. It is very important for you to get to know a lot of players quickly and to ally yourself with them by founding a tribe or becoming a member of an existing one. Your tribe will help to defend you, trade with you and teach you a lot of useful tricks.

The market place offers a good possibility to trade with other players with whom you have not yet communicated. You can accept other players' offers or post your own. This way you can acquire those resources that you need in exchange for those resources of which you currently have more than you need. Especially in the beginning this can save you valuable time.

Battles and wars play an important part in "Tribal Wars". There are nine different types of units, each of them with different strenghts. They are recruited in the barracks, the stables and the workshop in exchange for resources and time. The battles take place in the villages. The units of the attacker are measured up against those of the defender. The aim of an attack can be to plunder resources, spy on the defender or simply zest for destruction. Ultimately the attacker might seek to take over the village.

For more information look in Tribalwars Wiki

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About Facebook

Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them.People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.

Anyone can join Facebook
All that's needed to join Facebook is a valid email address. To connect with coworkers or classmates, use your school or work email address to register. Once you register, join a regional network to connect with the people in your area.

Discover the people around you
Facebook is made up of many networks, each based around a company, region, or school.Join the networks that reflect your real-life communities to learn more about the people who work, live, or study around you.

Do more
Facebook's Platform enables anyone, anywhere, to build complete applications that you can choose to use. The possibilities are endless. Define your experience on Facebook by choosing applications that are useful and relevant to your world.

Keep it private
At Facebook, we believe that people should have control over how they share their information and who can see it. People can only see the profiles of confirmed friends and the people in their networks. You can use our privacy settings at any time to control who can see what on Facebook.

About the company
For corporate information and press materials, check out our press page.

Learn more
To learn more about Facebook before joining, take our Site Tour.

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About Wikipedia

(IPA: /ˌwikiˈpiːdi.ə/ or /ˌwɪkiˈpiːdi.ə/) is a multilingual, web-based, free content encyclopedia project. Wikipedia is written collaboratively by volunteers from all around the world. With rare exceptions, its articles can be edited by anyone with access to the Internet, simply by clicking the edit this page link. The name Wikipedia is a portmanteau of the words wiki (a type of collaborative website) and encyclopedia. Since its creation in 2001, Wikipedia has grown rapidly into one of the largest reference Web sites.

In every article, links will guide the user to associated articles, often with additional information. Anyone is welcome to add information, cross-references or citations, as long as they do so within Wikipedia's editing policies and to an appropriate standard. One need not fear accidentally damaging Wikipedia when adding or improving information, as other editors are always around to advise or correct obvious errors, and Wikipedia's software, known as MediaWiki, is carefully designed to allow easy reversal of editorial mistakes.

Because Wikipedia is an ongoing work to which, in principle, anybody can contribute, it differs from a paper-based reference source in important ways. In particular, older articles tend to be more comprehensive and balanced, while newer articles may still contain significant misinformation, unencyclopedic content, or vandalism. Users need to be aware of this to obtain valid information and avoid misinformation that has been recently added and not yet removed (see Researching with Wikipedia for more details). However, unlike a paper reference source, Wikipedia is continually updated, with the creation or updating of articles on topical events within minutes or hours, rather than months or years for printed encyclopedias.

Wikipedia is a registered trademark of the nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation, which has created an entire family of free-content projects. On all of these projects, you are welcome to be bold and edit articles yourself, contributing knowledge as you see fit in a collaborative way.

Wikipedia history
For more details on this topic, see History of Wikipedia.

Wikipedia was founded as an offshoot of Nupedia, a now-abandoned project to produce a free encyclopedia. Nupedia had an elaborate system of peer review and required highly qualified contributors, but the writing of articles was slow. During 2000, Jimmy Wales, founder of Nupedia, and Larry Sanger, whom Wales had employed to work on the project, discussed ways of supplementing Nupedia with a more open, complementary project.

On the evening of January 2, 2001, Sanger had a conversation over dinner with Ben Kovitz, a computer programmer, in San Diego, California. Kovitz, who was a regular on "Ward's Wiki" (the WikiWikiWeb), explained the wiki concept to Sanger. Sanger saw that a wiki would be an excellent format whereby a more open, less formal encyclopedia project could be pursued. Sanger easily persuaded Wales, who had already been introduced to the wiki concept, to set up a wiki for Nupedia, and Nupedia's first wiki went online on January 10.

There was considerable resistance on the part of Nupedia's editors and reviewers to the idea of associating Nupedia with a website in the wiki format, so the new project was given the name "Wikipedia" and launched on its own domain, wikipedia.com, on January 15 (now called "Wikipedia Day" by some users). The bandwidth and server (in San Diego) were donated by Wales. Other current and past Bomis employees who have worked on the project include Tim Shell, one of the cofounders of Bomis and its current CEO, and programmer Jason Richey. The domain was eventually changed to the present wikipedia.org when the nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation was launched as its new parent organisation, prompting the use of a .org domain to denote its non-commercial nature. In March 2007, the word wiki became a newly recognised English word.[1]

In May 2001, a wave of non-English Wikipedias was launched — in Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, Esperanto, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish; these were soon joined by Arabic and Hungarian.[2] In September,[3] Polish was added and further commitment to the multilingual provision of Wikipedia was made. At the end of the year, Afrikaans, Norwegian, and Serbocroatian versions were announced.

Wikipedia contributors
Main articles: Wikipedia:Who writes Wikipedia and Wikipedia:Wikipedians

Tens of thousands of regular editors — from expert scholars to casual readers — can edit Wikipedia, an openness that encourages inclusion of a tremendous amount of content.

Several mechanisms are in place to help Wikipedia members carry out the important work of crafting a high-quality resource while maintaining civility. Editors can watch pages and techies can write editing programs to keep track of or rectify bad edits. Over 1,000 administrators with special powers ensure that behavior conforms to Wikipedia guidelines and policies. When a few situations are still unresolved after all other consensus remedies have failed, a judicial committee steps in and decides to withdraw or restrict editing privileges or to take other corrective measures.

Although the Wikimedia Foundation owns the site, it is largely uninvolved in writing and daily operations.

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Social Networking

A social network service focuses on the building and verifying of online social networks for communities of people who share interests and activities, or who are interested in exploring the interests and activities of others, and which necessitates the use of software.

Most social network services are primarily web based and provide a collection of various ways for users to interact, such as chat, messaging, email, video, voice chat, file sharing, blogging, discussion groups, and so on.

The main types of social networking service are the Old School Tie which is akin to a directory of former classmates, the Web of Contacts, which is a technology that builds networks based on the six degrees of separation principle, and the Circle of Friends, which is now the most popular method as it allows users to manage their social networks. There are newer methods, which combine some of these more established techniques, such as the such as the Web of Friends used by Friendster.

There have been some attempts to standardize them (see the FOAF standard) but this has led to some privacy concerns.

The notion that individual computers linked electronically could form the basis of computer mediated social interaction and networking was suggested early on – for example The IRG Solution by David Andrews[1] – effectively sketched out the Internet and how it should be developed specifically for this purpose.

History of Social network services

The notion that individual computers linked electronically could form the basis of computer mediated social interaction and networking was suggested early on - for example The Network Nation by S. Roxanne Hiltz and Murray Turoff (Addison-Wesley, 1978, 1993) effectively sketched out how computer-mediated communication -- such as the Internet -- should be developed for this purpose.

There were many early efforts to support social networks via computer-mediated communication, including Usenet, bulletin board services (BBS), Arpanet, and EIES: Murray Turoff's Electronic Information Exchange Service (Turoff and Hiltz, 1978, 1993).

Early social networking websites include Classmates.com 1995, focusing on ties with former school mates using the Old School Tie social networking method, and SixDegrees.com, 1997, focusing on indirect ties using the Web of Contacts accoding to Janell Brown, author of the article, 'Six degrees to nowhere'. Two different models of social networking that came about in 1999 were the Circle of Trust developed by Epinions.com and the Circle of Friends developed by Jonathan Bishop, the later of which which was utilized on a number of regional UK sites between 1999 and 2001 before being adopted by Friendster in 2002 according to the Pontypridd & Llantrisant Observer on 6 June 2002, perhaps because it gives the user more control over content and connectivity than the earlier Web of Contacts model. By 2005, one social networking service using the Circle of Friends, MySpace, was reportedly getting more page views than Google, with Facebook, a competitor also using the Circle of Friends, rapidly growing in size. In 2007, Facebook began allowing externally-developed add-on applications, and some applications enabled the graphing of a user's own social network -- thus linking social networks and social networking.

Social networking began to be seen as a component of business internet strategy at around March 2005 when Yahoo launched Yahoo! 360° and in July 2005 News Corporation bought Circle of Friends-based MySpace, followed by ITV buying Old School Tie-based Friends Reunited in December 2005. It is estimated that combined there are now over 200 social networking sites using these existing and emerging social networking models.

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An Ocean Between Us is the fourth studio album by As I Lay Dying
, released on August 21, 2007

List of songs in new album:
1. "Separation" – 1:15
2. "Nothing Left" – 3:43
3. "An Ocean Between Us" – 4:13
4. "Within Destruction" – 3:54
5. "Forsaken" – 5:18
6. "Comfort Betrays" – 2:50
7. "I Never Wanted" – 4:44
8. "Bury Us All" – 2:23
9. "The Sound of Truth" – 4:20
10. "Departed" – 1:40
11. "Wrath Upon Ourselves" – 4:01
12. "This Is Who We Are" – 4:54

Video "Nothing Left":

As I lay dying allready have 3 studio albums:

A Long March: The First Recordings is a compilation album by the Christian metalcore band As I Lay Dying. The album was released on May 16, 2006 through Metal Blade Records. It features re-recorded and original versions of the songs featured on their split album with American Tragedy; their first album, Beneath the Encasing of Ashes (2001).
The album was released because the band - as they said - "were a bit tired of seeing Beneath the Encasing of Ashes being sold for unreasonable prices ($90+ on eBay)", so they decided to re-release all of their early recordings in one package.

Track listing
"Illusions" - 4:07
"The Beginning" - 3:28
"Reinvention" - 4:59
"The Pain of Separation" - 2:57
"[[Forever (As I Lay Dying song)Forever]]" - 4:44
"Beneath the Encasing of Ashes" - 2:47
"Torn Within" - 1:45
"Forced to Die" - 2:42
"A Breath in the Eyes of Eternity" - 2:57
"Blood Turned to Tears" - 1:36
"The Voices That Betray Me" - 2:57
"When This World Fades" - 2:30
"A Long March" - 1:55
"Surrounded" - 0:50
"Refined by Your Embrace" - 1:43
"The Innocence Spilled" - 3:36
"Behind Me Lies Another Fallen Soldier" - 4:11
"Illusions" - 3:54
"The Beginning" - 2:47
"Reinvention" - 4:55
"The Pain of Separation" - 2:49
"Forever" (original version) - 4:10
*Tracks 1-5 are re-recordings.
*Tracks 6-17 are from ''[[Beneath the Encasing of Ashes]]''.
*Tracks 18-22 are original recordings from the split EP.

Shadows Are Security is the third album by the metalcore band As I Lay Dying. The album was released on June 14, 2005 through Metal Blade Records, and was produced by Tim Lambesis, the band's vocalist, and Phil Sgrosso, one of the band's guitarists, along with Steve Russell. A Limited Edition was released on June 23, 2005 with a bonus DVD of a show filmed at the Substage Club in Karlsruhe, Germany on November 28, 2004. The CD was released again as a Special Edition on October 17, 2006 with a DVD on the making of the album and included videos of Confined, Through Struggle, and The Darkest Nights. It also featured additional linear notes from vocalist Tim Lambesis on the concept of the record and little known facts on the making of the album.

The album is the band's most successful yet, peaking at #35 on the US Billboard 200. It has also produced three singles in "Confined," "Through Struggle" and "The Darkest Nights." Music videos were shot for all three of them.

Although Clint Norris was the bassist when this album was recorded, he is not featured on the album on both bass and vocals. Phil Sgrosso is credited with recording bass on the album.

Track listing
All songs by [[As I Lay Dying (band)As I Lay Dying]]
"Meaning in Tragedy" – 3:12 (feat. Matt Mentely of [[Throwdown]])
"[[Confined (song)Confined]]" – 3:11 (feat. Matt Mentely of [[Throwdown]])
"Losing Sight" – 3:24
"[[The Darkest Nights]]" – 3:51
"Empty Hearts" – 2:49
"Reflection" – 3:11
"Repeating Yesterday" – 4:02
"[[Through Struggle]]" – 3:58
"The Truth of My Perception" – 3:06
"Control is Dead" – 2:56 (feat. Dan Weyandt of [[Zao (US band)Zao]])
"Morning Waits" – 3:56
"Illusions" – 5:48 (feat. Jason Moody of [[No Innocent Victim]])

Frail Words Collapse is the second full length album by Christian metalcore band As I Lay Dying, their first release on the record label Metal Blade. The band's signature song, "Forever" is on this album.

Music videos were made for the songs "94 Hours" and "Forever." The album has sold 250,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen Soundscan

Track listing
1."[[94 Hours]]" – 3:10
2."Falling Upon Deaf Ears" – 2:31
3."[[Forever (As I Lay Dying song)Forever]]" – 4:42
4."Collision" – 3:11
5."Distance Is Darkness" – 2:38
7."Undefined" – 2:16
8."A Thousand Steps" – 1:45
9."The Beginning" – 3:29
10."Song 10" – 4:16
11."The Pain of Separation" – 2:57
12."Elegy" – 4:47

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