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Hmm .. if Google does this how long can IE6 last? Are we going to be free soon?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8488751.stm

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Original Google announcement

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I wonder if this means

I wonder if this means they're gonna start using an actual DTD and valid html?

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They are good links to send

They are good links to send to clients when IE6 issues pop up.
In reality IE6 will still be around for a long time until organizations upgrade their desktop images or replace all their computers. There are still many places running older versions of windows such as win98, NT or 2000, that see no need to upgrade.