I had this great idea of creating a webpage that would not render properly in that piece of shit called Internet Explorer. You know, deliberately exploiting the areas where it just plain doesn't work – wouldn't that be fun?

Then it suddenly dawned on me – half the Internet has already beaten me to it...

Amazingly, convicted monopolists Microsoft insist on pushing their obsolete rendering engine. Yes, that one, the one that they were found guilty of stealing. Fifteen years and a change of name later, Mosaic/Trident/IEn doesn't yet work like a real browser.

Unless, of course, you are a pimply Bulgarian teenager interested in credit card numbers. For, although it still doesn't render properly, Internet Explorer has more security holes than a tea strainer:

And then there was Acid3... and an explanation