Mozilla does not have our attention because they aren’t doing anything worth paying attention to.
His argument is that browsers have reached the end of their development lifecycle — they’re aren’t any more features left to add that anyone wants. And, I think he’s right, for the most part. The frequency at which new, “must-have” features are being added to browsers is much lower than it was five years ago. Going forward there might only be one great new feature every few years. In the meantime browser makers need to take what they already have and make it faster and more stable. Unfortunately for Mozilla, I haven’t seen anything worth switching over since I started using Safari full time about a year ago.
(Via Daring Fireball.)