Many thanks to the Mozilla fans who told me I need Java to view the\nPersonal World Clock. I have no axe to grind against Mozilla. On the\ncontrary, some good stiff competition with Microsoft would be a very\npositive development. But if MS is willing to lay out some bread for the\nright to use Java in their browser and Mozilla is unwilling or unable to do\nso, doesn't this mean that Mozilla is doomed to remain a user-UNfriendly\nsystem. Won't it remain just a curiosity and a plaything for computer nerds\nforever ? For the average user, searching installing and checking out ANY\nadd-on or plug in or supplementary program does not seem to me to be in the\ncards. But maybe I'm looking at this from the wrong perspective. Comments\nplease.\nBill.