Friday May 5th, 2000
Has the Web revolution just begun? Or is the Web already in a phase of decreasing returns? Are the Web's possibilities boundless, or nearing exhaustion?
Are you still having fun? Is the Web a new learning experience every day? Or are you overwhelmed (or underwhelmed) with new standards, new programming paradigms, new letters like 'i', 'e', and 'x'? Is the Web still your friend? Or is it the monkey on your back?
#5 The web revolution
Saturday May 6th, 2000 12:57 AM
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The web revolution is going through changes. It used to be just putting up a page. Now we are talking about using it to do businesses, use it as an interactive media. Overwhelmed by standards? Sort of, still a student here, trying to keep up while learning what they are all about is not easy, but I can see the huge potential. I've not been too impressed by the 'e's much less the 'i's but the 'x's seems to be where it is. Mozilla is sitting right in the middle of it (if not it is very close), from my standpoint.
With all this going on one wonder why responsibilities are not taken seriously... <http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-1820959.html>