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Nick Toye

I believe this is another step in the right direction. I get sick of reading people commenting on the fact that IE6 is here and we have to deal with it.

The more we deal with it, the longer we will have to keep dealing with it.

IE7 also, it needs to be bypassed.

If a company can’t upgrade there systems to IE8 from 6 or 7 without causing a major fuss, then what are we? Dinosaurs? It’s 2010 almost – hoverboards and power laces are just around the corner.

Time to say goodbye to IE6/7 once and for all, and it’s up to us, the designer, the developer, the creative, to push it over the edge.

“If there’s something wrong, those who have the ability to take action have the responsibility to take action.”