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Libraries: On Size and Usage

As beginners, people who write Ajax applications (for the first time) tend to blindly slap on the Prototype JavaScript framework because of its fame and popularity. What then follows is the usual complaining on Prototype's size (over 60 kilobytes).

Player + Browser != Stupid

People are saying that combining a browser with a player (obviously, Songbird) is stupid.

Although the logical percentage of that kind of statement isn't zilch, it certainly isn't over 40.
Yeah, you can mass download all those MP3 links on a web page using FlashGet or other similar stuff, but why do that when you can simply parse that page in a player that's built on top of a browser code? Even more, you don't have to download it. You can just simply stream it in the player from the site.

Why act stupid?

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