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...
Answer to George's post:
M$ will not stop developing IE until they stop developing software. As M$ has said, IE is not just a browser, it is a layout engine usde in all new M$ programs. This is really obvious in Outlook and even more so in the upcoming office suit Office 2000. If you have looked at NT5 (hrm.. Windows 2000) you can see how they use it for various system applications.
Just a thought, and by the way we NEED two big browsers to push the browser development forward (could be Opera though :-)