July 26, 2000: Reading The Browser is Dead, I'm aware of this huge divide between how artists and engineers think, even when they're talking about the same exact thing. I see this article about the need for different browsers to facilitate different experiences as an intimate but otherworldly companion to techy rants about XUL or "pervasive computing." As an aside, I'm proud to be able to think about both the former and the latter. (via webmonkey)