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  1. BoltClock

    That’s really impressive! I’ll have to admit: I am starting to develop faith in Microsoft which I’ve never had in my young life.

    Me, I’ve thrown IE6 out the window (while still supporting IE7). But objectively speaking, the rest are right: IE6 and 7 will still be around for the years to come (two, three?), and in order to move forward we’ll probably have to draw a line precise to the very micron. I concur especially with David regarding the adoption of IE8 and the practicality of CSS tables as it is now. He’s certainly hit the nail on the head.