|cdrom600 on Aug 12, 2005 at 6:30:40 AM (# 3650)|
And Scott, interesting post in your blog. I have some comments:
I may agree with you somewhat - that this is simply a renewed interest in something that's been around. However, I think that since Google "sparked" interest in it with Google Suggest and Adaptive Path assigned the buzzword to it, many people who never would have known about it have learned about it, and many new applications have been developed. I have seen many new Web applications (potentially useful ones, too) be created since February. There are also many mew articles about it - how to use it, advantages/disadvantages, accessibility, etc. I, for one, would not know about it (XMLHttpRequest in general) now if it wasn't for this new interest in it which the Web in general is now holding.
Yes, there's a lot of hype. But good things are coming from it.
RobinAnn on Aug 12, 2005 at 6:34:35 AM (# 3651)
On and on it goes,
absurd conversations and
our souls infinate.
frumbert on Aug 15, 2005 at 4:04:35 PM (# 3652)
MHenke on Aug 23, 2005 at 4:34:56 AM (# 3653)
OK, guys'n'gals, the first week of my holidays were barely acceptable (from an IT point of view), but the second? No posting? Nothing, nada, njente, rien, nichts?
Is there such a thing... 8)
cdrom600 on Aug 23, 2005 at 7:09:54 AM (# 3654)
We're busy explaining why JSCo is violating Google's spam policy.
BikeRepairman on Aug 26, 2005 at 12:54:57 AM (# 3655)
bumping this one up to get the spam off the list
BachusII on Aug 26, 2005 at 1:03:17 AM (# 3656)
All properly closed now. Keep on bumping.