The Web browser has become an appliance for accessing all manner of information and services. It shrinks into the background in that users don't need to learn from scratch each time they visit a new web site. The browser is an application platform and avoids the need to install and manage new software each time you want to use a new application — you just point the browser at the website and you are off and running. For developers, markup and scripts are much easier than C++ and Java. Application developers are deserting Microsoft Windows for the Web.

Dave Raggett, W3C Multimodal Interaction Activity Lead. W3C Seminar - 21 June 2005 - Toulouse, France

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