Scoble speculates on the death of the web browser and the rise of rich clients. I agree wholeheartedly. The internet is a great medium, and the browser has been great as a "least common denominator" for delivering information and application functions. The constantly evolving protocols on the web are enabling us to do much better though, and I think more developers should scrutinize the development of applications using the browser when rich clients can be developed, implemented, and delivered to users with ease.