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Want to do comments on your new spiffy HTML5 site, use an article element inside your main article element.

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Yep, IE9 is better but it’s still not a modern browser, two years ago it might have been, today not so much.

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I’m not even sure anymore about the idea of XML to manage your server solutions is going to be used much going forward.

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Really great instructional and demo of a neat technology.

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Um, maybe I shouldn’t build anything using drag and drop.

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Let’s stop hating on pre-fixes, as they eliminate the need to use hacks to enable features in a browser.

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Apple calls it open and HTML5 but it really isn’t.

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New HTML5 attributes for DOM elements.

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The push for dropping IE6 just got a big boost from Google.

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