A straightforward question arises: You are a software company that makes a web browser. After a given update, your browser is no longer capable of executing Unicode within a text-input field. Why is this not a problem that requires a solution? That is to say, why would you not fix this? And so we wait on yet another update to see if they've gotten around to it. There are questions about Flash layers and the rising HTML5 overkill, of course, which only begs the question of other software manufacturers: Why are you using this buggy software apparently built around a schizophrenic flow chart? No, seriously, last year almost all of my social media went south; Twitter is about the only one that hasn't gone completely useless. But some of that is simply pushing too hard with HTML5 while the flow chart is clueless. In the case of one of the most prominent internet browsers, though, collapsing under the weight of Unicode is simply unacceptable, except for the fact that the manufacturer seems just fine with it. But why wouldn't they want to fix this?