Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker joins the show to talk about the open web, the future of Firefox, and how to make products that both make money and make the world better.
Mitchell Baker has a tricky job right now. As CEO of Mozilla and chair of the Mozilla Foundation, she has to figure out both how to use Mozilla’s advocacy might to make the internet better, and build products that make Mozilla more money. Those are challenging things to do by themselves, and even harder to do simultaneously. Baker joins the Source Code podcast to talk about that tension, how she thinks blockchain can help make the internet better – and why it won’t solve everything — and why web browsers matter now more than ever.
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