If you build it, will they come? This reads much like conclusions in search of data points, but the data points are interesting;
Another way to measure the impact of web apps is to ask how much time people spend using them. People who use at web applications say that they spend about 22% of their total computing time doing so. That amounts to about 40% of the total time they spend with applications of any sort.
If you use this, they will come. You won’t read about them on TechCrunch or Mashable, but don’t be fooled. They just don’t need more exposure. They reinvented Web 2.0 before we knew the Web comes in versions. They taught Apple how to design UIs, Google how to scale, and Ruby how to keep it simple. So when Oracle tells you to dump AJAX and use JSF instead, you better listen!
If Java is the answer, it must have been a really verbose question
Simon says: don’t. Here’s one Simon says you should learn to play well: don’t make your users play Simon says.
Products of dreams. This ranges between I’m scared to I want!
Above, all geek and no LOLcat make for a very dull post.