Re: The Many Faces (And Names) of Mozilla
- Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2018 11:16:27 -0800
- From: Ant via general <general@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: The Many Faces (And Names) of Mozilla
On 1/21/2018 12:15 AM, Daniel wrote:
On 1/20/2018 12:26 PM, Michael Gordon wrote:
That was a time of very interesting history, the Netscape Navigator,
to Netscape Communicator, to Mozilla Suite, and the split into three
related offspring, Thunderbird, and Firefox. I began my Internet
experience with Netscape Navigator.
Along the way we had a great deal of fun with the Communicator series
with very vivid e-mail exchanges, see the attachment for an example.
I started with Netscape v2 IIRC when I was in college. :)
You late comer, Ant. When I signed up with my ISP (about 1996), he gave
me a copy of NN 0.9!
You know. I might have used v0.9 briefly in Azusa Pacific University's
Computer Science's UNIX lab PC.
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what I mean. It's like one female that runs the whole show." "Yes, the
queen." "Yeah the mamma. She is bad*ss, man. I mean big." "These things
ain't ants estupido." "I know that." --Aliens movie
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