Sunday, July 26, 2009

For Mozilla and Google, Group Hugs Are Getting Tricky - NYTimes.com

A timely Mozilla.org reality check; read the full article 

Yet it was hard not to read symbolism into the move. Mozilla’s old offices were next door to Google’s sprawling headquarters. For several years, Google has been Mozilla’s biggest ally and patron. But in September, it also became Mozilla’s competitor when it unveiled its own Web browser, Chrome.

So it seemed only natural for Mozilla to move out from under Google’s shadow.

“We’ve learned how to compete with Microsoft and Apple,” says Mr. Lilly, a soft-spoken, earnest 38-year-old. “Google is a giant, of course, and competing with them means we are competing with another giant, which is a little tiring.”

For Mozilla and Google, Group Hugs Are Getting Tricky - NYTimes.com

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