Sticky vs. volatile

John Gruber has published a brilliant piece where he demonstrates why Quark Xpress is still running the show in the DTP world despite a much better proposition from Adobe with InDesign, along with an analysis of the high volatility that has been observed recently in the browser market, where no one would have expected Microsoft's IE to be threatened in any way just a year ago.

Since we're on war time, osOpinion.com tells us about the next browser war, browsers for mobile phones.

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