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Netscape founder says browser innovation is dead

Netscape founder says browser innovation is dead.

Reader comments

jkottkeJul 01, 2003 at 2:40PM

He's right about the lack of innovation over the last five years (at least on the user experience side), but I have hope that will change as Mozilla's platform matures and Apple delivers newer versions of Safari.

omitJul 01, 2003 at 2:57PM

I wonder what Microsoft has up its sleeve though, after freezing 6.0. I hope the rest of the browser market DOES react and take the lead (since MS supposedly has 90% browser market share).

SchmeldingJul 01, 2003 at 5:30PM

Maybe Micro$narf really doesn't have 90% market share. Maybe "they" (you know, "them") created a spider with a user-agent of "MSIE 4/5/6" that crawls the Web and hits site after site so that server logs reflect that statistic. Blammo...virtual market share!

paulJul 02, 2003 at 12:41PM

Isn't tabbed browsing a pretty innovative feature? I guess the idea itself isnt that remarkable..but i consider it a pretty major addition to web browsing.

JamesJul 02, 2003 at 12:54PM

He obviously has not used Opera 7 ;)

KonstantinosJul 02, 2003 at 3:29PM

Tabbed browsing isn't "a pretty innovative" feature because it exists since the early versions of Opera (3+ years ago).

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