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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.


#37 Whatever

by Tanyel <tanyel@straightblack.com>

Tuesday July 29th, 2003 8:37 PM

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I think the only chances for Mozilla to become more popular than Internet Explorer are if people stop using Windows or if Microsoft releases a patch that removes Internet Explorer from all Windows computers. I think, if Internet Explorer gets displaced, some other web browser will be more popular than Mozilla. Mozilla is obviously developed by people who have no connection with reality. Some people may say I should be ignored or there should be a button one can click to make my computer explode but they are stupid and I have a much better idea. MozillaZine should have a setting stored in a cookie that filters all posts from people that do not blindly support Mozilla. Then the only people that will see my posts are the people that tell other people to ignore me and the people that know I am right.