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On Friday 18 February 2005 06:55 pm, Prakash Yamuna wrote:
> But I always end up with a feeling that there must be
> better way for things to evolve. The current approach
> of "CAN'T TOUCH INTERFACES" - is I feel flawed - how
> do you evolve in such an environment?
Who said that?
The only people I recall saying that were the U.S based
venture capitalists about two years ago. Obviously they
control the purse strings of the development communities
and their imaginations...
As I recall they got together and decided that they would not
be any major new developments in the years to come.
All I can say is what a load of B.S.
Computers at the moment are nowhere near as interoperable
as they could be.
Email and IM have been great. But I doubt they are the
final word in computer-computer communications.
I would like to hazzard some guesses and think that there
is much much better that can be done...
especially with xml.. I don't believe that the xml is anywhere
near the rev limit just yet...
Computergrid : The ones with the most connections win.