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Slate: How Mozilla Firefox beats Internet Explorer.

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Another voice is added to the Pro-Mozilla/Firefox song -- this time it's from Slate.MSN.com...
You've probably been told to dump Internet Explorer for a Mozilla browser before, by the same propeller-head geek who wants you to delete Windows from your hard drive and install Linux. You've ignored him, and good for you. Microsoft wiped out Netscape in the Browser Wars of the late 1990s not only because the company's management pushed the bounds of business ethics, but also because its engineers built a better browser. When Netscape CEO Jim Barksdale approved the Mozilla project—an open-source browser based on Netscape's code—in 1998, it seemed like a futile act of desperation.

But six years later, the surviving members of the Mozilla insurgency are staging a comeback.
 read more | mail this link | score:4460 | -Ray, July 6, 2004
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