Colin's Journal: A place for thoughts about politics, software, and daily life.
The major news today is probably the hint that Netscape may be pulling out of the web browser market. Where this would leave the world is only too obvious to see – and while Windows users may feel a little lost without any real choice for browser it is the Linux user base that would suffer the most.
If Mozilla ever releases a stable/fast browser there may be hope, but without Netscape can they do it? Even if they did, could there be any significant take-up without the name recognition of Netscape?
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