[net-roots, ‐roo ts] /ˈnɛtˌruts, ‐ˌrʊts/
an online community of political activists who use blogs and other social media to achieve results:
The netroots have had genuine impact, changing U.S. politics in many ways.
1. Netscape Navigator. 2. Netscape Communications Corporation.
- Netscape communications corporation
company (Formlerly “Mosaic Communications Corporation”, MCC) A company set up in April 1994 by Dr. James H. Clark and Marc Andreessen (creator of the NCSA Mosaic program) to market their version of Mosaic, known as Netscape or Mozilla. They changed their name (http://netscape.com/newsref/pr/newsrelease5.html) on 1994-11-14 to reflect their other activities rather than just their browser […]
- Netscape public license
open source license
- Netscape navigator
networking, tool, product /Mozilla/ (Often called just “Netscape”) A World-Wide Web browser from Netscape Communications Corporation. The first beta-test version was released free to the Internet on 13 October 1994. Netscape evolved from NCSA Mosaic (with which it shares at least one author) and runs on the X Window System under various versions of Unix, […]