Re: [public-html] <none>

Hi there,

>> I don't see the problem, release HTML5 as "Web 2.0" and tell everyone
>> they need a new browser, problem solved, you want Web2.0 sites,  
>> you need
>> the new browser (just keep your old browser for the rest of the web)
> You know, you have a great point. Reality doesn't matter at all. We'll
> simply get everyone to believe that something that is already here is
> actually not and you need a new browser to get the same  
> functionality as
> already exists. Companies will be happy to implement their apps in  
> such
> a way that requires the consumer to download, install, and use a new
> program, for no apparent reason at all. I'm sure that the fact that  
> this
> is completely untrue will have no bearing on its success.

Right. Welcome to 1999. Dotcom bubble all over again. I'd sure love  
to see my name associated with that.

Denis Boudreau,

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Received on Friday, 27 April 2007 14:10:09 UTC