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Consumer Internet and Firefox - Mitchell Baker (Mozilla)
Date: 5/23/2007
Length: 1 minutes
Speaker(s): Mitchell Baker
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: Mitchell Baker, CEO of Mozilla, talks about how Firefox played a significant role in changing the consumer side of the Internet. She describes how Mozilla is a key contributor in moving the Internet towards a more complete space.
She also explains how the Mozilla project made the Internet serve as a platform for application development.

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Consumer Internet and Firefox - Mitchell Baker (Mozilla)
Mitchell Baker
5/23/2007
Summary: Mitchell Baker, CEO of Mozilla, talks about how Firefox played a significant role in changing the consumer side of the Internet. She describes how Mozilla is a key contributor in moving the Internet towards a more complete space.
She also explains how the Mozilla project made the Internet serve as a platform for application development. Watch More
How Mozilla's Goal Differs From Other Industry Players - Mitchell Baker (Mozilla)
Mitchell Baker
5/23/2007
Summary: Baker talks about the fundamental difference in the ultimate goal of Mozilla from other industry players. It is to maximize the Internet as an open platform and not to maximize revenue, she says. Watch More
Incentives for People in a Community-Based Organization - Mitchell Baker (Mozilla)
Mitchell Baker
5/23/2007
Summary: Mitchell Baker, CEO of Mozilla, describes the richness in decision-making authority that one is endowed with while working in a community-based organization like Mozilla. She talks about the freedom that one gets while working in
such a setting, starting from picking the team to the end goal. She also explains how Mozilla tries to incentivize people by articulating their vision. Watch More
Serving Various Roles at Mozilla - Mitchell Baker (Mozilla)
Mitchell Baker
5/23/2007
Summary: Baker talks about her different roles at Mozilla, beginning with a position as a lawyer writing a public license that governs the Mozilla project. She describes her progress to a General Manager, board member and finally the CEO
of the Mozilla Corporation. Watch More

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