Hometown paper

I think everyone involved with Mozilla is humbled by the worldwide attention and coverage we’ve gotten in the runup to and release of Firefox 3 — it’s a little overwhelming, really.

But there’s something about seeing a writeup in my hometown paper, the San Jose Mercury News — the paper I’ve grown up with here in Silicon Valley reading about most everything having to do with tech.

And they wrote today — the title of the article is “Browser’s open-source model represents valley at its best,” and it’s an article that I couldn’t be happier about. It gets the tone & feeling of what we’re doing just right. The only quibble that I have at all is that what we’re doing here isn’t really a Silicon Valley thing, but more of a worldwide thing, with participation and engagement and excitement everywhere.

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