Dave Titus On The Missing Green Lizard

Tuesday September 21st, 1999

Wondering why all the Mozilla merchandise has disappeared from the Netscape Store? So has Dave Titus. Who's Dave Titus? Well, read on, and you'll find out.

Dave writes, "What happened to Mozilla, the official Netscape mascot?

Is the little green guy ever going to bless the pages of Netscape or Mozilla related web sites again? It seems like the advent of Netscape and the Mozilla software originally went hand in hand with Mozilla the mascot, but since AOL got into the picture all mention of him and the attitude he represented with those dedicated to Netscape was pushed away and sent into the circular file. I want him back and so do alot of dedicated Netscape/Mozilla surfers.

Clothing, bags, clocks, watches, stuffed animals, mugs, scarves, jackets and much, much more was all developed and sold to the general public by Netscape. How can this kind of popularity be forgotten so easily and how can we lay to rest our 'Web travel guide', Mozilla, who so generously gave himself to the world and was a veritable icon of the beginnings of the Internet as we know it today.

As creator of Mozilla the mascot, I've received mail from all over the world; Japan, Sweden, Germany, Australia and many other places praising the existence of mozilla as someone who warms the heart and brightens up the Internet experience.

Mozilla needs to keep walking the Web and should not be abandoned by those who brought him into the world."

I agree. I was looking to purchase some more of the Mozilla stuffed animals for promotions and such. Netscape, what's going on?

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Thursday September 23rd, 1999 5:52 PM

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From <> "14 And the Lizard spake, saying, Windows shall I support, and Macintosh, and the divers flavours of Unix; yea, even unto the latest effluvium from the Gates of Hell shall I spread my seed: this it pleaseth me to do. 15 But OS/2 shall I ignore, for in sooth nobody useth it. 16 Then was the land filled with the sound of much wailing and gnashing of teeth, for millions of people used OS/2 and knew that it was good. Yet the Lizard did harden his heart against them, and said, Nay, there is no demand for it. 18 And those that followed the Lizard became enamoured of Frames, and wrote pages which could not be read by the Lizard's brethren, for the lemmings were lazy, saying only: Verily, thy browser doth suck. Thou may'st obtain the Lizard's hence."