From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 26 2003 - 19:43:51 EDT
Michael Everson scripsit:
> At 08:33 -0400 2003-09-26, John Cowan wrote:
> >Alas, we are in a cleft stick: almost all users are now using a
> >browser that is not going to be upgraded, short of replacing their
> >operating system.
> Which they all surely will, at some stage. I mean, who's really still
> running a Mac Plus with Mac OS 3.1 on it?
Granted. But it's a long, long time to Longhorn (the next release of
Windows, which will presumably have IE 7.0 in it).
-- John Cowan <email@example.com> www.ccil.org/~cowan www.reutershealth.com Micropayment advocates mistakenly believe that efficient allocation of resources is the purpose of markets. Efficiency is a byproduct of market systems, not their goal. The reasons markets work are not because users have embraced efficiency but because markets are the best place to allow users to maximize their preferences, and very often their preferences are not for conservation of cheap resources. --Clay Shirkey
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