I now introduce HTML5/CSS3 into the Cogworkz future web model. This is important for a multitude of reasons, but two that haven't really sunk in yet.
1) The next evolutionary step is web as an application. The omni platform answer to this is HTML5.
2) If the web page is an application, then web server space becomes app storage space.
I really wish I could include HTML5 in my blogger blog, but it simply doesn't support the functionality. The closest I can come is punching through it with an iFrame.
And while I was able to find a Cloud based HTML5 editor called CloudCanvas, and while it does save to svg format in your Google docs, there is no way to deliver the content. I either need a blog in which I can inject code (and haven't found anything that fits with the Cogworkz principles yet).
So if anyone knows of a blog that permits HTML5 let me know. (I'm still trying to avoid the classic website model because I think it can be done.)
But the one element that are useful to a blogger - they can be delivered via IFRAME into a blog. Speaking of, Silverlight could also be delivered via IFRAME so it bears mention. However, like Java, it has client side installs. So, for me at least, gets chucked along with Java. If it's not native to the browser your page isn't going to work "out of the box." And that's no position to be in.
This line of thought leads to another blog post: My curiosity and fear of iframes.