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Why Ajax Sucks (Most of the Time) - Spoof Article by Chris McEvoy (05 Dec 2005)
For new or inexperienced Web designers, I stand by my original recommendation. Ajax: Just Say No.

With respect to the use of ajax by highly skilled Web designers, I have changed my opinion somewhat: people who really know what they are doing can sometimes use ajax to good effect, though even experienced designers are advised to use ajax as sparingly as possible.
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