Alternatives to the W3C
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Thu Jan 20 14:51:25 GMT 2000
At 10:06 PM 1/19/00 -0600, Len Bullard wrote:
>Ann Navarro wrote:
>> There's nothing in IE 5 functionality that is so compelling to *content*
>> that it should be "required" to use.
>> Your conclusions are highly debatable.
>But the barriers aren't artificial.
Sure they are. The minute you say "you must use <arbitrary browser/software
here>" for an application being served over a medium that was designed to
be machine/platform/software independent, you've created an artificial
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