Re: HTML for email

Keith Moore <> Tue, 02 March 2021 18:26 UTC

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Subject: Re: HTML for email
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On 3/2/21 12:52 PM, Phillip Hallam-Baker wrote:

> Will either succeed? Probably not but we have both been successful in 
> deploying very large systems in the past. Nobody can be sure of success.
> What I am certain of though is that failure is certain if nobody 
> bothers to try.
Completely agree with that much.   And a new idea doesn't have to be a 
complete success for it to be beneficial.
> It is pretty easy to see where the Internet is headed at this point. 
> The Web is the only open system that hasn't fallen into disrepair.

I would claim that the web *has* fallen into disrepair. It's a huge 
honking mess that seems likely to drown in its own increasing complexity 
even if nothing comes along to replace it. Some of what's there will 
probably survive, but I don't know how much or how ubiquitous it will be.