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Are documents loosing the web?


Like Norm Walsh, I do think that "HTML5 is big. Big in a lot of
different ways" [1] and it took me some time to write down my thoughts
about all that. This is done [2] and I am wondering if documents are not
in danger of loosing the web.

This is a threat for XML already in competition with JSON for Web
Services and now in competition with HTML but this is not only about
syntax (which wouldn't be a big deal) but between applications versus

What do you think? Are documents in danger of being replaced by
applications on the web?


[1] http://norman.walsh.name/2008/01/22/html5
[2] http://eric.van-der-vlist.com/blog/2008/01/31/html-5-turns-documents-into-applications/

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