[thelist] Non-Js versions of JS enabled apps

Frank lists at frankmarion.com
Mon Mar 17 05:52:05 CDT 2008

At 08:29 AM 2008-03-13, you wrote:
>To be clear, though, my chagrin is not about JS *enhanced* applications.
>It's about applications whose core functionality has to do with JS

This is what happens when people javascript in public

Turn it off and see what happens to the process. I consider this 
indecent exposure. The problem is not only whether the user has 
javascript turned on or off, but also, what happens when you get the 
slightest browser incompatibility.

/me smells money flying out the window.

The web was not designed for fancy schmancy stuff. It was designed to 
share simple, structured text  that any monkey could learn. The fact 
that it works at all is a miracle and what we've got today, really, 
is just high-tech hay-wire.

Stick to your roots, like Momma learned ya, and you'll do just fine :)

Frank Marion     lists at frankmarion.com      Keep the signal high.

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