The web in 2009: Your thoughtsPublished: 10th Jan 2009, 11:51:24 | Permalink | Printable
The web in 2009 is ever-so shiny and a long way from the grey HTML2 days of the late-1990s. Is it over-the-top bling or can it provide useful interaction between websites and readers?
|The web in 2009: Your thoughts|
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|Too shiny, bring back HTML2
|Too shiny and flashy, but I don't mind it
|I love it, bring on the bling
|I use lynx, natch
|What the hell are you talking about?
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