Re: slink and netscape/mozilla
It's even less clear cut than that.
While in Netscape enter the following URL
Don't forget that Netscape was Mozilla before it was Netscape.
Mozilla comes again.
On 6 May 99, at 10:23, Jerry Gardner wrote about Re: slink and
> Ray writes:
> > Netscape and Mozilla are DIFFERENT things. Netscape is release level
> > software and for most of us works fairly well (aside from being a memory
> The difference isn't as clear-cut as you may think. Every version of
> Netscape that I've ever used (and this goes back to prior to v1.0)
> has a readme file that has this in it:
> * And remember, it's spelled N-e-t-s-c-a-p-e, but it's pronounced "Mozilla."
> Although not as common as it used to be, Netscape is sometimes called
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