That would be more convincing if it weren't hosted in a web page supported by an ad about half an inch away. The only failure was the market's ridiculous valuations for startups that would have been viable businesses if kept smaller.
yeah, crippled applications, just like gmail?
But something like a public blog with content thoroughly entombed in a gmail-like interface would suck. Which doesn't stop people from doing it.
There's been an increasingly aggressive trend toward tracking user behavior and it's disturbing. I don't know what that java applet was for, but it was invisible, which makes me feel uncomfortable with rww.
Woopra tracking how idle (amongst other things) you are on the page.
Death of the pageview? Really? Facebook has an ARMY using analytics & tools as he suggests to do ONE THING and that is boost pageviews.