"Behind the browser: Mitchell Baker, CEO of the Mozilla Foundation, has taken Firefox from nothing to a $US55million per year business."
Regardless of my fandom for IE, I have just noticed on Neowin.Net that there is a one-on-one interview with Mitchell Baker, the CEO of Mozilla, and APCMag.com. They discuss the creation of Firefox and where it's future lies. Unfortunately, the interview is over 8,000 words long and time like that just doesn't come easy.
APCMag.com has, however, broken it up into 12 useful sections:
- Part 1: How 12 people made Firefox 1.0
- Part 2: Where Firefox's $US55million a year comes from
- Part 3: Putting Firefox on mobile phones
- Part 4: business cool on IE7, recontemplating Firefox?
- Part 5: Why no built-in ad-blocker in Firefox yet?
- Part 6: Firefox 3.0 "lock-in branding" -- what gives!
- Part 7: Firefox to go head-to-head with Flash and Silverlight
- Part 8: The touchy relationship between Microsoft and Mozilla
- Part 9: Getting Firefox onto more desktops
- Part 10: Mozilla Japan's cute Firefox cartoon character
- Part 11: The stoush over Linux distros and the Firefox trademark
- Part 12: Mozilla working on "Web 3.0" -- web apps that will run in your browser without an internet connection
Related: Internet Explorer 8.0 (Hey, it's related...Two of the top leading browsers, ok? )