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23 March 2006



Bloat is a valid point, but once you actually get on the airplane, try using AJAXwrite. Most flights still don't offer internet so web-only apps are worthless in that case.

Jim Benson

No doubt.

Always-on is certainly not a reality.

Not only that, but subscription pricing for everything would certainly rapidly grow old. Subscription fatigue would set in rapidly.

Dion Hinchcliffe

Yeah, and as you probably saw, ajaxWrite is a misnomer as well. There's no Ajax in it. It's all a XUL application.

An ironic weekend for sure.



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