Full Article Attached Innovations from Athena Design and Mozilla

Monday April 5th, 1999

Several readers brought to our attention an interesting project being developed using the Mozilla code. Athena Design, located in San Francisco but with developers throughout the US, has developed an intriguing proof-of-concept for "Dynamic DOM Rewriting". What is DDR? Click "Full Article" below to read an interview we conducted with Athena Design's CTO, David Pollak.

If you feel that DDR is important, contribute to the conversation in the layout newsgroup. Read the article to find out more.

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by Kovu <>

Wednesday April 7th, 1999 11:29 AM

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I know in Seattle by March 2000 over half of the home are going to have access to cable modems. and my point was not that cable modems would take over the world, but that Net infrastructure is quickly coming out of the mud and that bandwidth does will not be a problem for a large portion of us for much longer. AOL is also going to offer access through @ Home in Seattle, at least. There is also DSL and other methods coming into the fray and with a combination of them, I think by 2001 56k will be considered slow.