Mozilla continues to think deeply into the New Tab page for Firefox 3.5, killing off the page thumbnails from the last draft, adding quick favicon links, and improving the brains behind "actionable items." Aza Raskin details the latest ideas for, and tweaks to, Firefox's next New Tab page. The design has been stripped down and scaled back, with an eye for making features like undoing a closed tab available but unobtrusive. Thumbnailed page screenshots have been taken out and replaced with favicon links, along with the latest RSS item from a page (when available, and when it works—my screenshot above didn't quite pull them down, for some reason). And any text you've copied within the last 40 seconds will be presented as an action-able item, like mapping addresses, searching for terms, and the like. Check out more screenshots, including way-out-there prototypes, at the link below.