briefly

(Is it really true that I only blog what’s too long to tweet now? Need to think about what that means, but I’m already not sure I like it.)

From John, emphasis mine:

The reason we have a vibrant, open web today is because of millions of little decisions and contributions made by thousands of people in that timeframe — people who work on browsers, people who build web sites & applications, people who evangelize for standards, people who use the web and ask/demand that it be better.

From CNET:

Other questions from the audience ranged from what computer science professors should be teaching to whether Internet Explorer would support HTML 5. Ozzie said he had nothing to announce on the latter front, but added, “It is our commitment to be a world class Web browser, what our competitors like to call a modern web browser. I think you can expect us to do the right thing.”

Very much looking forward to it.