Mozilla On Keeping The Web Open By Michael McIntee | October 7, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on California Subscribe to California Follow this author With Firefox, technologists around the world pitched in to break the Microsoft browser monopoly and re-spark innovation on the web. Now, Mozilla is encouraging media makers to pitch in too. The plan: 1) grab hold of tools like HTML5 video; 2) create, innovate and reshape cinema, news, etc. and 3) make the web more awesome (and open) as we go. Mark Surman – Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation Mozilla uses mass participation to move markets and keep the web open. He made this presentation at the Socap 2010 conference in San Francisco as part of the “Embrace Disruption” mini conference. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.