90s IE ad spoof hits a bit close to home, the feelings

A few weeks back, Microsoft released a clever commercial that showed how great the 90s were and talked about times have changed, including Internet Explorer. The commercial was one of the better promotions to come out of Microsoft in recent years and like any success story, there are parodies trying to ride the hype train.

While we typically don’t post knock-off commercials poking fun at the original ad spot, the one we posted above, is particularly good. We encourage you to watch the ad all the way until the end to get a better understanding of the reasoning behind the commercial.

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Netscape released the source code for its browser and created the Mozilla Organization to coordinate future development of its product.[6] The Mozilla Organization rewrote the entire browser's source code based on the Gecko rendering engine;[7] all future Netscape releases were based on this rewritten code. The Gecko engine would later be used to power the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser.

'nuff said

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netscape

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