I was in the shower and just thinking…“gosh, I DO enjoy a good long hot shower…too bad it makes me feel GUILTY!…gotta conserve resources…but I had a great idea for an article…and I really think creatively while hot water beats on the back of my neck…but I REALLY should make this shower short, sweet and eco-friendly…hey, I wonder if IE is eco-friendly?…Hahahaha…%&#%…IE!…NO!, really…isn’t IE less ‘green’ ????
So now that my high school English teacher has rolled over in her grave from my run-on sentence, I will ask: Isn’t IE less green than other browsers? Or, specifically—is it worth the resources that IE requires to play nice on the 2010 internets?
As a solo designer/developer, I do not support IE6. Not worth it for my expertise, and certainly not worth it for clients to pay me to ‘fix’ a site for IE6. I figure if Google is NOT supporting IE6…what the hey? Me, neither!
Anyway, I was wondering…just how many additional resources ARE sucked up to make IE play nice?