Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker on Being the Alternative to Microsoft, Google and Apple
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Wired has published an interview with Mozilla's Mitchell Baker: "Fourteen years ago, as a lawyer for Netscape, Mitchell Baker created the open source license that made Netscape’s code free. It was a fateful event for both Baker and the web: Baker ended up leading a small skunkworks project called Mozilla that was eventually spun out into a standalone foundation devoted to making the web better generally, and to offering an alternative to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer specifically."