As much as I’m fascinated with where HTML5 is going, most of my day to day work is all about what you can do right now (or at the very least, ways to hack something together that works until a more elegant solution comes along). But today, I want to briefly focus on a few things HTML5 can’t do just yet (but which I think it’ll be able to do pretty soon).
1: HTML5 can’t do DRM
So, if you’re a media company, you want to have some way to control or limit the use of your content – typically by applying some form of digital rights management (DRM) to it. READ MORE »