From: Joseph M. Reagle Jr. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2000 - 10:01:30 PST
But the most notable difference is the way AOL said it will distribute the
product, according to Blodget. The company plans to allow Web sites to
launch their own branded versions of the browser, a strategic shift from its
current strategy of keeping its technology squarely Netscape-branded.
The new policy means that Web sites can offer visitors customized browser
versions as a way to draw and retain users and build brand loyalty.
"CNN, for example, can create a CNN starter icon and a browser that is
customized to work very well with CNN content," Blodget said in an
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