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Warning: the following contains spoilers for the show ‘Lost’, up to and including the finale. Read at your own risk.
I’ve watched a lot of television, good and bad. Except for perhaps the MASH finale, I can’t remember a time when so many people were glued to their televisions for a series finale. Lost was definitely worth the trip.
There was never a phenomenon like Star Wars. Argue what you will about other movies that have come out in recent years, but Star Wars will hold the title of the movie with the biggest cultural impact of all time.
In recent months, there’s been a lot of discussion about Flash, Silverlight, and HTML5. One large cry has been for open standards, and now Google is saying that they’re going to push support for HTML5. They say that “open standards breeds innovation”, and I believe that’s true. By not stifling development, developers are free to create the content and tools they need. By supporting HTML, Google via Chrome, will free both users and developers of proprietary (and IMO, redundant) extensions such as Flash and Silverlight.