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   Re: [xml-dev] Web 2.0 - Leading the Web to its full potential byside-ste

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Gerald Bauer wrote:
>    Also allow me to highlight that pretty much all Web 2.0 innovations 
> side step the W3C bureaucracy and its self-styled visionaries and 
> leaders e.g.

If you insist on being a self-styled expert in the "Web 2.0", or in fact 
in anything, you might at least do it properly and get your facts if not 
right at least in a shape where you have the vaguest credibility.

>   o Web Widgets      -  A innovation introduced by Apple

Konfabulator predates Apples by a long while.

>   o Web Graphics Using Canvas Tag and JavaScript - A innovation 
> introduced by Apple

This was work by the WHAT WG, not Apple on its own. That it really 
constitutes the future of Web tech is something I highly doubt.

>   o and so on and so forth

People use the Web and do cool stuff with it. So what? That's what it's 
there for. Have you spent the past fifteen years in a cave?

Robin Berjon
   Senior Research Scientist
   Expway, http://expway.com/


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