Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd Mar 2010 23:57 UTC
Internet Explorer "At last year's PDC, held in November, Microsoft showed a graph showing scores of a variety of Web browsers in the SunSpider JavaScript benchmark, to show off the progress that the company was making with Internet Explorer 9. Another such graph was shown off at the recent MIX event. What was most interesting about the graph was not IE9's progress, but Opera's."
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RE[2]: Wrong question.
by lemur2 on Wed 24th Mar 2010 12:42 UTC in reply to "RE: Wrong question."
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"A 100% standards-compliant browser would hurt their attempts at monopolizing the market.

What market? The lucrative browser market?

Possibly the must-have-windows-to-enjoy-the-web see-if-we-can-lock-them-all-in market.

The local Australian Rules footy team which I follow has fallen for this rubbish:

I get an "Install Microsoft Silverlight" button in the video windows.


Fortunately, there are a multitude of other sites (other than the official club site) that I can visit in order to follow this team's progress. Most of those follow web standards, and are of better quality anyway.

PS: This is off-topic, but anyway ... here is a sampler of why this sport is a great spectator sport:

Edited 2010-03-24 12:50 UTC

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