Things are just so easy if they are in black and white. Linux/Unix versus Microsoft, Google vs. Yahoo and MSN, and now Firefox vs. Internet Explorer. The world just got a little more easy to oversee.
Research firm Garntner warns IT managers to prepare for a world that has two browsers, Zdnet notes in a Blog posting. That's something different from the age of Internet Explorer dominance that we have seen – where webmasters could easily ignore industry standards in preference of what Microsoft forced upon the world.
That might not be good news for those of you working as sysadmins or application builders, but as a user I feel nothing but blessed.
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