Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Trouble on Silicon Valley's doorstep | Newsmakers |CNET News.com

Trouble on Silicon Valley's doorstep | Newsmakers |CNET News.com

Today, the post-bubble software industry is beginning to come around to Lane's way of thinking: Renovation, not innovation, is what's important.

This is what I have been saying for the past few months on this blog. I guess when someone important says it, it actually means something. You gotta be a moron in the computer software industry to not realize that innovation for the time being is dead. Even all this XML crap is just regurgitation of existing technologies into those that use XML. Better software, yes, but new exciting uses for software, no. I think Radio Userland was the last unique piece of software that I saw coming out of the software market.

Mozilla and hypocrisy

Right, but what about the experiences that Mozilla chooses to default for users like switching to  Yahoo and making that the default upon ...