RE: [OT] Tim Bray on Slashdot
The best interface ever designed for the web is the google page: one box, two buttons, and a human knowledge of terms. It doesn't care if it is in a thick client or a thin client because its brains aren't owned by either. Success varies by the owner who is as effective as they are smart. Yeah, there is nothing like trading a sharecropper's shack for a teepee. Manly stuff. Freedom to roam, to hunt, to fight, to live a short and brutal life with ugly mates. len (who was raised within sight of real sharecropper's shacks and does know without a dictionary what they were but had to learn about teepees from movies, the same source any modern computer user should learn about either of them and HTML++ browsers) From: David Megginson [mailto:david@m...] One of Tim's rants^H^H^H^H^Hthoughtful commentaries just made Slashdot: http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2003/07/12/WebsThePlace It's not all that relevant to XML, but a fine read all the same. This will be a good chance to see if Tim's server can withstand the /. effect.
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