Jun 16


Apparently it’s true. No more new versions of IE for the Mac. It was a ground-breaking browser, implementing w3c standards that should have been common in all web browsers, but even today still aren’t. Eric sums up its features nicely. The way Tantek, the man responsible for IE5/Mac’s fabulous layout engine, found out about his project’s demise makes it all the worse. Zeldman goes over the recent suspicious actions of Microsoft. Not to overdramatize it, but as more and more people get their information via the Web, for Microsoft to have such a monopoly on access to it has chilling implications.

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