While I'm having my philosophical catharsis, I thought I would mention
that CGI::Prototype is actually not a page-based approach to site
development. It is an operation-based approach. An operation consists
of several phases which are broken down by CGIP nicely. We have model
phases and view phases. The view phases create a page based on the
requested *operation*.

A user requests *operations* - login, add user, view user which are
materialized by model actions and feedback on success failure via the

If you take a look at Zanas:


he says a similar thing.

        Carter's Compass: I know I'm on the right track when,
           by deleting something, I'm adding functionality.

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