Rev vs. AJAX...Or Web-Aware Apps vs. Web Apps
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sun Oct 16 00:06:09 CDT 2005
I don't doubt Scott's sincerity at all. Nor do I doubt Chipp's or Dan's
That's part of my argument: They're not the people likely to be seduced by
the persuasive technology.
I'm in agreement with Chipp re: the 'copying the Masters' philosophy:
except that Microsoft doesn't begin to be a 'master' in an artistic sense,
and, secondly, I've not seen anyone offer proof that Microsoft's target
audience ever moves on.
It's a crutch. Or, can someone demonstrate that it is not?
I'm open-minded, whether via philosophic means or the existence of
numerous holes in the conical cranium remains to be seen... @;-)
On Sat, 15 Oct 2005, Mark Wieder wrote:
> My observation is that Scott is one of those rare folks who are able
> to see the outside walls of the box while the rest of us are still
> working on discovering that we're in a box at all...
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