Monday, August 4th, 2008
Flash can get to “ubiquitous” across the entire web with new capabilities in roughly 18 months and the Open Web faces a best case replacement time-frame of 5 years.
Reducing that differential from 42 months to zero is now the defining challenge of the Open Web. HTML is back in the hunt. Time to see how fast we can teach it remember the new tricks we’re so eager to teach.
This is a key comment in Alex’s perspective where he discusses his analysis on the browser market, and how it is changing… or isn’t changing.
It can be a little depressing, but if you are optimistic like Alex, we can work to make life better. How can we help?
Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:30 am