Ars Technica: Microsoft Employees Ponder the Fate of Internet Explorer
Jan 03, 2006, 20:30 (15 Talkback[s])
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"The saga of Internet Explorer, the piece of software that once
brought the Department of Justice to the brink of breaking up
Microsoft, continues to eat away at the company. Several Microsoft
employees have been reporting on their blogs that they feel the
browser is not receiving adequate attention from upper management,
and that it reflects badly on Microsoft as a result.
"Rory Blythe, after posting a rant complaining about how many
people seem excited about switching Firefox simply to 'beat the
man,' admitted in a comment that the lack of new features in
Internet Explorer was embarrassing..."