Mr. Firefox looks to the future
Blake Ross was a teenager in 2002 when he and fellow software developer Dave Hyatt launched the Mozilla Firefox project a community made Web browser that has won devoted fans and taken market share from Microsoft's dominant Internet Explorer, stirring the Redmond company into action.
Consider it an opening act. Ross, who turned 21 last month, continues his involvement in Firefox initiatives. But he is also working now with software developer Joe Hewitt, who he met while working at Netscape, on a secretive new venture. Software Notebook: Mr. Firefox looks to the future
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