eWeek Predicts Mozilla will Challenge Internet Explorer

Monday July 28th, 2003

In his latest opinion piece for eWeek, Jim Rapoza tackles a favourite topic of tech columnists recently: are the Browser Wars coming back? Rapoza thinks that they are and says Microsoft's recent decision to only provide enhancements to Internet Explorer via Windows upgrades could leave an opening for alternative browsers. Mozilla, Rapoza argues, is well-placed to take advantage of this opportunity with its up-to-date and innovative technology.

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by napolj2

Tuesday July 29th, 2003 7:25 PM

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True, true. You could also make the same argument with democracy, which requires voters to choose the best candidates. But people often vote for the person with the most rhetoric, empty promises, and best appearance, rather than those with the best ideas and skills. How many people really read up on the issues? Not many. Does this mean we should get rid of democracy? I would hope not.

I don't like all aspects of capitalism, I just think it is better than the alternatives. If any of you disagree, good for you.