Netscape employees found a gigantic blue stage prop in the shape of an 'e' in front of their company's front door one recent morning.
The night before, the same 10-by-12-foot stage prop -- which represents the logo for Microsoft's Internet Explorer, or IE, -- was spotted at a Microsoft bash in San Francisco.
Netscape had the last laugh in the prank, though. Netscape employees placed a 12-foot foam likeness of their mascot 'Mozilla' -- a green Godzilla-like creature on top of the 'e'.
Mozilla held a placard that read: Netscape -- 72 Microsoft - 18 referring to recent market share data.
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