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Revisión y debate sobre el libro The Truth About HTML5 (http://www.truthabouthtml5.com/) publicado recientemente del que se han llegado a decir cosas como:
"If Quentin Tarantino directed a book about HTML5, this would be that book." —John Allsopp
"The Truth About HTML5 has significantly changed my approach to coding HTML5 (I also wasted hours on some of the games!)" —John Allsopp
"Chapters 3 & 4 of The Truth About HTML5 are must reads for anyone using the new "structural" elements of HTML5." —Roger Johansson
"This book is one of the best tech books I have read. There are tons of "how-to" books, but this book is different. It is not for beginners. It discusses what works, what doesn't and what you should know about how HTML5 was created." —comentario en Amazon
Y que en uno de sus capítulos se comenta lo siguiente:
"HTML5 introduces a handful of new elements to help us define the structure of a given web page, such as section, article, nav, aside, header and footer.
We shouldn’t use them. They were made up on a whim by (probably) one guy in 2004 – and even he seems to have forgotten what their purpose is."
Ponente: Félix Zapata @felixzapata (http://twitter.com/felixzapata)