Posts by Mark LaVine

State of Mozilla and 2011 Financial Statements

Today, Mozilla published this year’s annual State of Mozilla report. You can find full details on the annual report website. Included below is an excerpt from Mitchell Baker’s blog. “The Web has become fundamental infrastructure of modern life in just […]

Introducing Popcorn Maker

Today at the Mozilla Festival, we’re extremely proud to launch the 1.0 version of Popcorn Maker, a free web app that makes video pop with interactivity, context and the magic of the web. Popcorn Maker makes it easy to enhance, […]

Introducing Mozilla Webmaker badges

A new way to teach, learn and get credentials for digital skills Today at the Mozilla Festival in London, we’re extremely proud to announce the launch of new Mozilla Webmaker badges. Webmaker badges are an exciting new way to teach, […]

Eight Years of Firefox

Eight years ago today, Mozilla launched the first version of Firefox. We had the audacity to believe that we could change things. We believed that a community of people who understood the power of the Web, and who put people […]

TED Talk: Ryan Merkley demos Popcorn

Today, a powerful new Popcorn Maker demo makes its debut on TED.com, showcasing Popcorn’s potential to change the way the world tells stories on the web. Mozilla Chief Operating Officer, Ryan Merkley, presented Popcorn Maker with a live demo at […]

Make your own political campaign ad

Mozilla and PBS Newshour launch innovative new election video tool — starring YOU [updated Oct 12 to include PBS Newshour video] Today, Mozilla and PBS Newshour are proud to launch AdLibs, a unique new media mash-up tool centered on the […]