A billion dollars is a lot of money for most people, even most companies. But what does it buy? In Microsoft’s case it buys patents and in Facebook’s case it buys a mobile startup. AOL (Netscape) Patents Microsoft spent $1 billion dollars on what seems like mostly Netscape patents. Presumably this is to declare war […]
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Joy Of Tech has a good comic today on the death of Netscape. As usual very well done. Several elements in there particularly good. AOL’s Running Man doctor pulling the plug, IE 5 Mac in heaven, Netscape throbber reference. Well done.
Netscape is dead, yes again. Yes it’s still AOL. For quite some time it’s been nothing more than a few extensions and a new skin on Firefox (you can find them here). Security updates will only be provided until February 1, 2008. So to stay secure, best bet is to plan a migration away from […]
So AOL uses OpenID. What’s pretty cool is that it adds 63 million OpenIDs thanks to AOL’s large user base (according to AOL). They also said: We don’t yet accept OpenID identities within our products as a relying party, but we’re actively working on it. That roll-out is likely to be gradual. OpenID is designed […]
This is likely old, but I just ran across this… The old Netscape FishCam is now the AOL MV FishCam. It also has a blog. I remember reading about that easter egg (Ctrl-Alt-F) way back when.
It looks like someone has been busy. Mike Homer and Marc Andreessen have been busy. Macintosh and Firefox versions are under development and will be available soon. Looks like they still remember their roots. It’s an interesting concept. I look forward to checking it out in more detail.
There’s been a ton of speculation regarding “gbrowser”, google’s alleged browser, Netscape’s Firefox based browser, now even thoughts Yahoo might be interested. Though I wonder if that really is beneficial to anyone involved? I’m going to make the bold statement that custom browsers are bad, making extensions are good. There are several reasons why custom […]
Who sport a new(ish) UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (OS/2; U; Warp 4.5; de-AT; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040618 Netscape/7.2. I’m apparently not the only one. I guess we shall be seeing it soon. I’m curious what’s bundled with it, and if there are any Netscape tweaks.
As mentioned all around the web, Netscape is creating an ISP. In hopes of turing into an ISP/content based brand Netscape the other day released a beta of it’s Netscape Desktop Navigator program. So I decided to give it a quick wirl…. Overall Impressions I found it to be quite useful, but not exactly perfect […]
It’s just wrong isn’t it? From Netscape.com approx. 10:30 PM EST