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The Visual Vocabulary Three Years Later: An Interview with Jesse James Garrett (11 Dec 2003)
The vocabulary currently treats the page as something of a black box; anything that happens within or between elements of a page can't be represented in the system. Among people who deal with problems like pages that are dynamically assembled based on certain conditions, there's a desire to see the vocabulary extended to address this page-level logic. It's an interesting problem. I'm not convinced that the vocabulary is the right tool to solve it, but I'd like to take a crack at it.
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