Jeffrey Zeldman on death of Internet Explorer

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
June 16th, 2003 • 6:18 pm

Read what web design guru Jeffrey Zeldman has to say about the death of Internet Explorer as a stand-alone product, both for Windows and for the Mac:


From here, as it has for several weeks now, it looks like a period of technological stasis and dormancy yawns ahead. Undoubtedly the less popular browsers will continue to improve. But few of us will be able to take advantage of their sophisticated standards support if 85% of the market continues to use an unchanged year 2000 browser.

Bad news for everybody, then. But why are we simply mourning? This is murder. Justice must be done.

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