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March 19, 2015 marks a rather depressing milestone: it’s your sixth anniversary with Internet Explorer 8. How you’ve survived this tedious relationship to now, well… we just don’t know. However, after much brow-furrowing and informed discussion at the Humaan think tank (read: Christmas party), we feel we have a duty to intervene.

So… It’s time to break up with IE8.

With a global browser share of around 3%, we spend a disproportionate amount of time with IE8. A lot of that time probably involves colourful language and/or fist-shaking. Rarely (if ever) does a modern website survive its grubby clutches, so why do we continue to compromise?

If your interest is sufficiently piqued, hit up our sternly-worded website at www.breakupwithie8.com for further instructions.

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