Kansas City Conservative Jack Cashill Takes On Mozilla Gay Marriage Hot Mess
In the tech world, the ousting of the Mozilla honcho has caused more than a bit of a ruckus.
Recently, Jack Cashill entered into to the fray with a deeply religious column that proves to be the only major Kansas City contribution to the discourse:
Cashill: What Mozilla Has Taught Us
There's really not a money quote here and the Civil Rights comparison is overwrought . . . Still, credit to Mr. Cashill for at least addressing the tech/culture war debate while so many newspaper pundits are still busy trying to convince readers to get their news via Dead Tree Media.
Other better links:
Slate: Brendan Eich and the New Moral Majority
The Blaze . . .Exposed: Accusations of Hypocrisy in Company’s Crusade to Oust Mozilla CEO Over Political Donation
National Review: Mozilla’s Statement on the Brendan Eich Controversy, Explained
Meanwhile, nobody seems to notice that the app is replacing the browser on mobile . . .