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> I am sure did not exist for the WWW. In fact, I
> think I was the first person to claim we should treat tthe WWW as a
> single application.
Hmm, wouldn't that be Tim? It *is* a single application. That's the
whole point. Only within the context of a single application can the
kind of interoperability we've seen on the Web happen. It just happens
to be a very general application.
> The WWW succeeded because of URI's (glue), simplicity (quick inertia
> buildup) and network effects, not good design per se.
Mark Baker, Chief Science Officer, Planetfred, Inc.
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA. email@example.com