HTML5, anyone else interested in it yet?

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    This shit fascinates me to no end.

    go figure

     
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    JFK's computer was a blond stenographer sitting on his lap top.
     
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    i need more brains to digest this-im smart enough to know its imprtant anyway
     
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    IS oops on it's way out? Is scripting the way to go? Is JAVA worth learning as well as Python or TCL, or is better to know a few languages to accomplish building architecture for the new web?

    Am I just spinning webs or am I weaving them?

    I need a friggin' drink.

    :booze:
     
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    of course some of those questions revolve around decisions the"big boys" make-there's a contingent wanting to standardize a lot of these processes and i can only believe theyll end up getting waht they want
     
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    standardization of code is needed. the big guys (microsoft and others) were against standardization. standardization of the web may not be what you are speaking of. maybe you are speaking of control of internet.

    now I'm confused. :lol:


    not really, but I am guilty of mixing up the terms.

     
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    not those big guys-i saw some political big guys talking about this stuff and i wish i had a link for you but i dont-im not capable of arguing any of this with you-im just not smart enough..i hate microsoft with a blind passionate diamond sharp hatred-
    that isnt spam but tis too much for an old man with failing eyesight to digest at one time
     
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    the big guys always run things, but they always have clay feet too.

    :eusa_whistle:
     

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