i understand your POV, but let me say that IE is ancient. Period. Do you develop any web app recently? The 65% of the code in every JQuery or JQuery integration is written to work around IE. The sole fact that IE9 is not available for XP users (like me, oh, I'm so ancient) is a shame in itself. My god, everything I do has to be retested 10 times for IE, inventing incredible tricks to render decently (but never AS with Chrome or Safari or Firefox).
MICROSOFT Is the biggest Software House in the entire world, and you talk about "upcoming IE10" - for win7/8 users naturally.
Usually I do not dislike your articles but this time you crossed the line of decency.
However, the story does justice alone. IE in my Analytics stats dropped from 85 to 35%, and have no doubt that the trend will persist. If they just stopped with browsers and let do those who know what to do the whole world will gain, and even a lot.
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