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Re: Netscape and CSS
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 12/11/1999; 10:47:48 AM Topic: Netscape and CSS Msg #: 13568 (In response to 13566) Prev/Next: 13567 / 13569
And I agree, I wish to death that there were other browsers to play with, compare, use features from, and bask in.
Excellent! I'm going to help them. Earlier this week I met with Mike Homer, the former VP-Marketing at Netscape. We talked about a lot of things, including what was going on at NS. The more I learn the more I want there to be another browser. Esp after talking with Joel Klein earlier this month.
There's always stuff to learn as the dust settles. Also talking with Andrew made a big difference. I think now Netscape, or what remains of it, very much wants our support. So let's keep an open mind and a friendly atmosphere and we may all get what we want.
Even Microsoft, which presumably wants to be allowed to innovate, on their own terms.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Netscape and CSS, Kip DeGraaf, 12/11/1999; 3:32:05 PM
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