Linked by Kroc Camen on Wed 6th Oct 2010 16:37 UTC
Editorial In response to Jean-Louis Glassee's article "The OS Doesn't Matter..." I wrote quite simply: the future of the browser wars is he who integrates with the OS best. This phrase came from my article lambasting Microsoft's use of HTML for their IE9 jump lists, which caused quite a stir. In the wave of ever increasing web browser capability, the operating system is going to matter to web users more than it ever has before.
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If these tags really get added to the browser, I doubt there will be much of a GUI.

That is the whole point, the browser is the UI.

Even before any webpads (I'm not talking about the iPad, I'm talking about, long, long ago) I was thinking one device which connects to the Internet is really all we need.

Next think on my list of things that still need to be 'invented' is a good API for the user to say, please copy this file from web-application X to web-application Y.

Now that we have oAuth, etc. it might start to happen.

Edited 2010-10-06 22:08 UTC

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