Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
We were recently asked why we remain unexcited about the latest capabilities on the Web-development frontier. It's groundbreaking work! We can do things no one has been able to do before! We're past "[skip intro]" for that Flash front end, and well in to the "real" Web experience. So why aren't we levitating with anticipation? Web technologies have finally made a tremendous leap forward: Interactions are richer than ever, and UI functionality is so mind-boggling that we are easily...um, returned to where we were on the desktop 25 years ago. It's a momentous shift! Now we can do what…
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