Soon, everyone split. Mozilla creator Jamie Zawinski, whose half-shaved, half-shoulder-length hair and black garb made him a counter-culture icon within Netscape, seemed to sum up the feelings of Netscape's 2, employees when he told The New York Times that he couldn't face his engineering friends with an AOL e-mail address.
Schuler acknowledges that attrition is a "frothy situation" at AOL, but is also a concern throughout Silicon Valley and the high-tech world. He says that 2, people are still employed at Netscape--roughly the same headcount as last year. The glory days of any company are six months after you left. That is just human nature. Dot-com companies with fewer users sell for more than that, and the Netscape name is a brand pusher," Barksdale says, assessing the merger.
He has a point. Indeed, AOL has adroitly leveraged Netcenter as an international distribution portal, in the same manner that Yahoo! From that standpoint, it got its money's worth and solidified its position as the dominant online company. The largest Internet service provider ISP , with 19 million paying subscribers, has also retained a coterie of talent. Neither are marquee names but merely supporting players. AOL admirers also point out that the company has absorbed some of Netscape's culture and brain trust, as it has with the acquisitions of CompuServe and Mirabilis.
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