Firefox’s mobile browser’s nightly release has become the first browser to implement a left-handed option in its preferences. First proposed at the then bi-annual web conference, way back in 1998, the left-handed web protocol was initially envisaged as a way to enable left-handed browsing online. The protocol was never officially adopted, thanks to ambidextrous hardware. However, the rise of the touch screens has lead to an unexpected revival of the idea, and although still not officially adopted by… This is…