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AOL has done everything it can to mangle the Netscape brand. Which it purchased 10 years ago for $4.2 billion, into a disoriented web zombie, which has crawled its way through our browsing for years. And classification South Korea Phone Numbers of sites on the web, to a community of social news sharing. And now into the void of nothingness. Netscape, up to about 6 years ago, had a very strong and loyal following. Being the grandfather South Korea Phone Numbers of the Mozilla browser. Its homepage, at, was the default page for the Netscape browser, bringing millions of users to  every day. Problem was, their browser usage fell to obscurity and the site was dependent on a dying breed of web users who have not upgraded their browsers since the 90’s.

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Then, as Netscape was on the verge of total nothingness, AOL gave the brand to Jason Calcanis. In an effort to work his magic on it forming a social news sharing site run by editors. Calacanis went South Korea Phone Numbers on to form Mahalo. Which would have probably become the future of Netscape or some facet of AOL search. Then, AOL decides to revert Netscape back to a news portal with real news (not blog news) and moves the South Korea Phone Numbers Netscape project over to their new Propeller service. is now a copy of AOL News, and back where it was years ago, still trying to squeeze the money juice out of a small number of users still loyal to the site, or who cannot figure out how to change their browser homepage.

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But now, AOL has taken the final step in the death of Netscape, pulling the plug on its browser. AOL’s Tom Drapeau writes : AOL’s focus on transitioning to an ad-supported Web business leaves South Korea Phone Number little room for the size of investment needed to get the Netscape browser to a point many of its fans expect it to be. Given AOL’s current business focus and the success the Mozilla Foundation has had in developing critically South Korea Phone Number acclaimed products, we feel it’s the right time to end development of Netscape-branded browsers, hand the [reins] fully to Mozilla and encourage Netscape users to adopt Firefox.

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