Firefox 19 yr old co-creator Interviewed by NYTimes writes: Blake Ross, who began working at Netscape at the tender age of 14, by 19, had co-created Firefox: a free, highly-regarded, open-source Web browser that, in its very short life, has been downloaded 100 million times and is in the process stealing over ten percent of the browser market away from Microsoft. He's now on leave from Stanford. Interview here at NY Times: its/02POGUE-EMAIL.html"

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