A safari (IPA pronunciation: ) is an overland journey. It usually refers to a trip by tourists to Africa, traditionally for a big-game hunt and in more modern times to watch and photograph big game and other wildlife as a safari holiday. There is a certain theme or style associated with the word, which includes jeeps, khaki clothing, pith helmets, and animal skins — like leopard's skin.
Apple computer's website browser distributed freely to Apple Macintosh users who use Apples OSX operating system. Safari was the first browser to pass the web standards Acid Test 2. Sliced use and love Safari, when website developers cater for it of course
Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc., and is available as part of Mac OS X. It was included as the default browser in Mac OS X v10.3 (Panther) and is the only browser d with Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger) and the forthcoming i Phone mobile device.
SAFARI was an attempt by the French government to create a centralized database of personal data. On March 21 1974 an article in the newspaper Le Monde brought public attention to the project. The massive popular rejection of this project promoted the creation of the CNIL to ensure data privacy.