Where on earth did you get the idea that Internet Explorer 7 was anything but another rogue browser ("The Fight Is On," Oct. 16)?
I've been testing IE7 and Firefox for more than a year. I like IE7's snappy looks, but everything else leaves much to be desired and leaves a developer and trainer like myself screaming, "Standards, please!"
Straight To Video
I know copyright is a big danger, but the real danger is that once YouTube's users realize that Google won't stand for pirated material, they'll go elsewhere ("Google Sees The Future Of Web Video," Oct. 13).
Director of Marketing, BusinessEdge Solutions
East Brunswick, N.J.
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