Danny argues that Google is unfairly dominating the Firefox toolbar. I think he’s right. Microsoft is not even among the choices, and Google is the default. Google, of course, represents the majority of Mozilla’s revenues (Mozilla is the company behind Firefox).
Danny’s most interesting point is how hard Google fought to keep Microsoft from making Live search the default in Internet Explorer. But Google’s actions with Firefox are making it increasingly likely Microsoft will act to change that stance. That’s what I meant when I said Microsoft is “lying in the weeds” a few months ago.