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Marc Andreessen rebutts claims of imminent ruin.

With browsers only representing 13 percent of revenues, Netscape is moving towards becoming a content company: technology does matter, but only to the extent that it does not impede the flow of content. Software revenues will come from the server side of business, but Netscape will maintain a strong presence in the browser market to ensure that industry standards are maintained. Marc also has an interesting perspective on the future of Java. To find out more, follow this link at
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Marc Andreessen rebutts claims of imminent ruin.

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