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Today, Jack Schofield – a legend in UK tech journalism and founder of The Guardian’s technology section wrote about Mozilla’s 10 year anniversary, citing further notes he made during the February interview he conducted with Mitchell Baker – Mozilla Corporations and Foundation chairperson (read Feb article: “Wrangling the web into an open future”)

Read the new article published today entitled: “Firefox’s Mitchell Baker — the anniversary interview in full (In a long interview, Mozilla’s Chief Lizard Wrangler reflects on 10 years of progress — and the future on mobiles)” here:
http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/04/07/firefoxs_mitchell_baker_the_anniversary_interview_in_full.html

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