The Firefox Kid's next (big?) thing
At the end of the Browser Wars, when all seemed lost and it looked like the Evil Overlord of the North had won, a 15-year-old joined a downtrodden company named Netscape. He would soon go on to found the Firefox project, which under the open source movement slowly gathered steam until it threatened even the Evil Overlord.
Today Blake Ross, the Firefox Kid, has finally started talking about Parakey, the follow-up to his first venture, which has arguably already been the biggest thing to hit the internet in the past several years. Want to know what's coming? Read the feature in the magazine IEEE Spectrum.
tags: technology, business, web 2.0, internet, Firefox, browsers