Scoop Nisker, a famous Bay Area radio personality says "If you don't like the news go out and make some of your own." That's what I decided to do today instead of complaining about the mess in the web browser world, let's keep moving, figure out who the person of the millenium is, do some neat XML stuff, and figure out what a great web browser would look like. Thanks Scoop!
A neat milestone. Now you can browse the discussion group in XML. Ya-hah!
In my Thanksgiving piece I suggested we do a Person of the Millenium award at Thanksgiving next year. I got a lot of responses, and I asked some of the people to post their ideas here. It's an interesting project, I think we should go forward with it.
ZDNN: No market for third browser. Arrrrrgh! A web browser is not like a TCP stack. It's a user interface. And the web itself is not like a TCP stack. It's like a library. A very big one. There's a lot more integrating to do. Who's going to do it?
What if there were a new browser? What features would you look for?
A question for Netscape nerds. How do you feel about working for AOL?
Jakob Nielsen: Pages Must Live Forever.
NY Times: Startups Pioneer Satellite ISP Connections.
Denise Caruso in the NY Times: Cynicism Unbound.
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