Mitchell Baker, Chief Lizard Wrangler for Mozilla, has denied that Mozilla's development model will change. In related news, nullspace wrote in about netomat, a new "non-linear browser". "It bucks the trends of current browsers by mining random visuals and snippets of sentences from the Web and having it float endlessly across a black backdrop, accompanied by clips of sound, if the user desires. Users can specify a topic, then retrieve text, images, and/or audio from the Internet on the subject. They navigate by typing keywords into the browser, not by pointing and clicking."
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