Misunderstanding markup

Misunderstanding markup
Adactio (via @pfefferle)
"The W3C announced last week that [the XHTML 2 Working Group will wrap up at the end of this year]. This should have been a straightforward, welcome announcement. Instead it has confused a lot of people who believe that it heralds the end of XHTML[…].

This confusion is understandable given the lamentable names that have been assigned to different technologies. This isn’t the first time this has happened…

JavaScript sounds like it has something to do with Java. It doesn’t. Apart from some superficial syntactical similarities, they have nothing in common. Java is to JavaScript as ham is to hamster."
aus Delicious/steinhobelgruen

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