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Do not want. http://www.innowhere.com/ is cited as an example of this kind of interface, and is a total disaster - I'm browsing on a 3G modem on a train (tunnels etc mean my connection is a bit spotty) and clicking the links on that site offers me no feedback at all on whether or not a page is about to load - it either fails silently or eventually throws an alert() box with a weird type error. Call me old fashioned, but I like links that work. I can just about forgive Gmail for being a single page interface (though I'm frequently frustrated there as well), but for a content oriented site it remains a terrible idea.



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