HTML 5: Upgrade to the World Wide Web Standard
The World Wide Web is getting an upgrade which will greatly expand the capacity of a simple browser. On October 27the The W3C approved HTML 5, a new version of the primary language use to encode Web pages and documents. There will be new tools available which will enable the creation of and access to much more direct and dynamic Web pages without the addition of an endless array of apps and plugin programs.
Articles about the standard noted that it is 1,300 pages long, but oddly enough, it will probably never be “printed”