What Netscape Needs to Succeed
Monday October 26th, 1998
This week's editorial touches on four possible strategies Netscape could use to recover lost ground. I believe it is possible, but it won't happen without some serious introspection. Click Full Article to read more.
Update: Some of my opinion has come to fruition today, as you will see when you read the article...
#18 on Netscape's UI Decisions...
by SuperSamat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday October 28th, 1998 8:29 PM
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Now that was a GOOD article! It addresses all the exact reasons why Netscape seems not to be going anywhere.
The stuff on the user interface is a first I've seen. Personally, the interface for Netscape for Windows looks like a rejection from Microsoft's UI Department (and Opera... haha that UI looks like a reject from NS). Netscape for Linux is a different case... MSIE's interface is extremely snazzy, but is attached to IE, which I extremely dislike. Somehow... Netscape's UI uses less memory, looks more complicated, and looks MUCH worse. And onto my rants on Netcenter... The thing, functionally, is the best thing since Yahoo. But, gees, the graphics, and organization.. IT'S HORRIBLE! Nested tables (ew), more annoying blue-gray graphics, it's sickening.
So.. my most fave thing that I'd want in NS5 for Windows next to better stability, is some type of version of Chrome, customizable interface. Paradise!