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Charles Cooper at shares some of his experiences at the RSA Conference and thoughts on the IE - Firefox war. He says, "So there I was trying my best to get a midlevel Microsoft manager to take the bait. 'Does Microsoft now feel confident it's found a way to slow the rise of Firefox--maybe even win back some lost customers?' Instead I was left high and dry."

He continues to recount some of his memories of the IE - Netscape war of the last decade and concludes "But if the (interim beta version of IE 7 for XP SP2) ready later this summer fails to stem the tide, get ready for a flood of verbal pyrotechnics coming out of Redmond." Interesting read.

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