Mitchell has posted recently a few articles about what the Mozilla project is about (most of the content was actually written by Shaver during our meetings):

I have seen a video featuring Guy Kawasaki, keynoting about Entrepreneurship. Guy explains that in order to be successful, an entrepreneur has to make meaning (among 9 other things). Making meaning can be done in 3 ways:

  1. Increase the quality of life;
  2. Right a wrong;
  3. Prevent the end of something good.

It stroke me that these three ways are actually reflected in the Mozilla project:

  1. We want to improve the quality of life for our users;
  2. We think that having a Web "optimized" for a browser which development has been stopped for 5 years is wrong (Blake agrees with me);
  3. We want the Web to be open, with Choice and Innovation (e.g. not a dull market dominated by a dormant monopoly).