Linked by Ersin Akinci on Wed 7th Apr 2010 17:24 UTC
Internet & Networking Websites for over a decade have been transitioning to the Model-View-Controller paradigm, separating data from formatting and user interaction in their code bases. Unfortunately, this has meant not only the end of ugly early 90's vintage Geocities pages, but also of the era of digital, or more specifically computeral craftsmanship. The future of computers will depend on those artists, scholars, and programmers who can reunify content with format and remake programming as an art.
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by antwarrior on Thu 8th Apr 2010 09:41 UTC
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Ersin, I actually liked the article. It is a bit long, though, but nice job. One small thing ( actually it's quite big). "Computeral" - What on earth does this word mean?

The word only appears twice in the article, in the heading and in the first paragraph and then only 3,290 google hits with no hint of definition. Could you please use more ..uhm... accessible language in your titles next time. That is the only caveat. I look forward to more articles from you.

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