Not feeling particularly biased, I'd like to
know what is the general consensus on frames
and client-side cookies on FoRK?
Are most frame-based Web pages designed poorly or is
there some fundamental flaw with non-overlapping,
tiled space allocation? After all, the CS
community as a whole stopped supporting tiled
window manager almost 2 decades ago because of
it's poor design.
Also, what is it about East coast publications 
that feel the need to restrict access to material
unless they can explicitly track your access
abused? Are they necessary? What's wrong
with keeping server-side cookies for login
 http://webboard.oreilly.com/ sells for $699. Someone's
got to make a better mousetrap.