Code Rush is a documentary following the lives of a group of Netscape engineers in Silicon Valley. It was shot during a time of difficulties of company fortunes, the initial release of the Mozilla code as an open source project, due to free Internet explorer browser by Microsoft. The documentary shows how Netscape programmers helped save the company from ruin, temporarily disrupting their normal lives.
What I feel is that competitors like Microsoft can survive, how about the start up companies whose revenue comes from selling browsers. What do you feel?