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CSS sans DOM

CSS is amazing, but the HTML DOM isn't. It's just so heavy. Maybe if JSON or some similar format could replace HTML/XML, it could be made lighter? Better, I think, would be to use a human readable format like Eno. It's as terse but much easier to read than JSON.

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