Why Mozilla matters

Why Mozilla matters.

The browser is dead. It's gone to meet its maker, shuffled off its mortal coil, and joined the bleedin' choir invisible. Macromedia knows this. Microsoft knows this. The makers of countless variations on the theme of the next-generation rich Internet client know this. Everyone knows this except the folks who build and deploy Internet apps. We surveyed them recently, and they told us last-century Web apps are not only alive and kicking, but dominant. Is that nostalgia, or a leading indicator? Both, I suspect. [Full story at InfoWorld.com]

John Dowdell wonders why I led this article the way I did. It was intended ironically. I don't in any way think the browser is dead. … [Jon's Radio]

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