Interesting chart mapping the life, death, and popularity of web browsers over time. I haven’t seen this type of presentation before.


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  1. Something seems off towards the end, there.

    The band widths are supposed to represent relative share. For most of the chart, share “transactions” are visible and obvious — IE gobbling Netscape’s share in 1995-2001, then the shift back to Firefox, and the way it accelerates around the 2.0 release… all that makes sense.

    But from late-2008 on, when Chrome’s band is widening as it gains traction… where is that share coming from? All of the other bands are static for that period!

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