Change is inevitable in a progressive country. Change is constant.
Groundbreaking web technologies are like London buses. You wait seemingly forever for one to come, and then three come at the same time. Unlike buses, which take you to a fixed destination, the journey promised by HTML5, CSS3, and mobile is far less predictable. The road map is constantly evolving, and the timetables implemented by the major participants are rarely—if ever—coordinated. It sounds like a nightmare.
Just as all leading browsers finally offered web designers the prospect of stability through ...