In a blogpost titled "Flash and the HTML5 tag", YouTube has detailed its (slightly fence-sitting) thoughts on the ever-present Adobe Flash/HTML5 issue, saying that while both offer pluses, it's really Google's own WebM project that we need. [YouTube]
Google Opines On Flash And HTML5, But Defers To Its Own WebM Project's Favour
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