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Microsoft & AOL; IE Updates; State of the Web Browser

Lots of web-relat­ed news has appeared in the last week, note­ably Microsoft­’s deal with AOL and Microsoft­’s deci­sion to cease devel­op­ment of a stand­alone ver­sion of IE.

The com­bi­na­tion of these two news bites in the same week has caused some pan­ic in web devel­op­ment cir­cles, specif­i­cal­ly among those devel­op­ers who actu­al­ly care about the user expe­ri­ence, and who would pre­fer to see stan­dards-com­pli­ant web browsers lead in the percentages.

Some smart folks are talk­ing over at Web-Graph­ics, and some inter­est­ing ideas are being born…

Also: do not miss Dave Shea’s com­men­tary.

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Monday, June 2nd, 2003.

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