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Just like watching a teenager get a driver's license the first time, we are seeing HTML5 moving into a new stage of adulthood. Right before our eyes, this loosely coupled blob of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that could once barely lay its content out properly is evolving towards becoming useful as a platform for richly designed applications and sites. It brings a tear to my eye just thinking about this.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Jan 01 2013 / 11:28

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