One of the most popular stories in the media this week resulted from an interview Jon S. von Tetzchner did with the New York Times. You can read the article (with great reader comments) here. This article has spurred many readers to discuss the possibility of browsing with Opera instead of Safari on the iPhone.
Our CEO, Jon S. von Tetzchner, spent a few minutes talking with Rafe Needleman, report of CNet, about Opera and how it was co-founded way back in 1995. It's a great article and even has a short video interview (embedded).
I have to confess, I haven't paid much attention to Opera Software until recently. The Norwegian company has been an also-ran in the browser market for 13 years. On Friday, I had a chance to sit down with its co-founder and chief executive, Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner. I can't say that I'm convinced that Opera is now poised to take the Web by storm, but his take on the browser world makes good sense and paints a picture of a future with browsers everywhere.
This is the opening paragraph of a post about Opera in the New York times blog "Bits". It's a great read and we recommend you check it out.