As Mozilla continues to rise in popularity and gain market share, some websites are being revealed as poorly coded or not up to date. Even well established and respected companies are missing the point. Take the San Diego Business Journal as a prime example. Works in IE, and even seems to be updated daily. In Mozilla however, the homepage will not even load. Does this represent new opportunities for web developers to go "fix up" these naively IE only websites? Yup. Is there a good chance that the same decision makers will choose another web development firm which lacks the ability and/or foresight to build a cross platform website? Yup. Note: All of my emails to the newspaper about this problem have gone into a black hole. I have to assume they know about this problems and either don't understand it or don't care about it.