Starter Kit again!
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Tue May 14 06:28:01 EDT 2002
--- "Wolfgang M. Bereuter" <wmb at internettrainer.com>
> am 11.05.2002 18:02 Uhr schrieb Mike Harland
> <mharland at ntlworld.com> unter
> use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com:
> > The days of standalone apps
> > are limited I feel. Apart from that,
> Like so much people, some years ago, had the feeling
> that the internet is
> definitly the end of paper and books...;)
> sorry, that will imho not happen soon..
I have to agree with Wolfgang here. The future is not
in _replacing_ existing technologies, it's about
getting all the parts to _collaborate_ -- yes, the
buzword _integrate_ is out the door as well ;-)
All in all, there's a place for web apps and a place
for standalone apps: e.g. i'd hate to wait for a
reload of a webpage when i'm scanning the barcode of a
product at a cash register.
Does that mean web apps are of no use in a business
environment? Not at all, they have a great place in
reporting and giving outside limited access, it just
won't work for day-to-day appliances where every
Just my two euro-cents,
"As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish
at the same time" (De Rochefoucald)
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