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In a very well written article that was published in Sunday's New York Times, Miguel Helft explains the post-"browser wars" web, and how Mozilla's mission fits into this increasingly complex setup.

As indicated by the title -- "For Mozilla and Google, Group Hugs are Getting Tricky", the author puts some emphasis onto the Google/Mozilla relationship, which among the community tends to be a big point of interest. Quote:

"In many ways, Google and Mozilla are fighting the same battle, albeit not with the same objectives. They both contend that the Web should be open and based on common standards — Mozilla because it is its mission, Google because it is good for its business."

Highly recommended reading, even for non-geeks, who are interested in Mozilla and the Web as a whole.


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