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Valentine's Day Massacre (14 Feb 2006)
While the W3C has nurtured many noble technology efforts, they don’t seem to understand what fueled the success of Tim Berner Lee’s original creation: simplicity. The HTML that originally enabled the web’s popularity is now so complicated that merely creating an attractive, standards-compliant page is too difficult for most pioneering web authors. My box of chocolates goes instead to software that will succeed with simplicity where the W3C failed (Apple’s iWeb?).
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