Thanks...

...to the dozens of people who sent me a mail about Netscape's end.

Sorry...

...for the five journalists from France, UK and US who called me at home for an interview about it. I was away for summer vacation and I was not ready to answer questions since I am technically still employed by Netscape/AOL (the layoff process takes time here).

Sorry again...

...for the mailer-daemon errors if you sent me a mail to glazman@netscape.com. AOL, forgetting that such an action is illegal here since I am still employed, cut our email and AIM accounts the 16th of July. I can now be reached at daniel AT glazman DOT org

Sorry once more....

...for the W3C: AOL did not leave us time to unsubscribe from W3C lists or even notify the Groups we belong too. AOL participation into ECMA and W3C is almost totally gone now. I guess this is a good hint about how AOL-Time Warner sees the importance of underlying technologies for its business model.