Is DHTML dead?

Maybe you care or maybe you don't, but DevX wants you to think DHTML is dead. My suspicion is that most IA's will shy away from DHTML and Flash, but I've always been impressed by what you can do with them both to create some interesting user experiences.

DHTML is dead for serious application development; browsers, as application delivery platforms, are past their peak; and the future of distributed, interactive applications—at least on Windows—belongs to .NET. If you're developing these types of applications and you're not learning .NET, you may want to rethink your career plans.

via sylloge