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AOL Replaces IE with Netscape in New BetaI think it's interesting that AOL's finally prepared to "bet the company" on its own alternative to IE. I wonder if it's got anything to do with the fact that "Mozilla now supports SOAP." (quoted from Mozilla 0.9.9 Release Notes - What's New)

AOL's finally got a browser platform that can act as a web services "user agent", opening new opportunities for their users and content providers that parallel (or perhaps even exceed) those promised by Microsoft with .NET.

Expect more news on this in the next year...

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