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I like to decipher Apple's Jobs descriptions, sometimes you find little jewels describing the company in there (emphasis mine):

Apple is one of the most popular corporate destinations on the web. For many Apple customers, the web site is the most tangible manifestation of Apple, along with the products, company advertising and the Apple retail stores. The web site is smart and timely. Its voice is informal, colloquial, mildly humorous and straightforward.

And on this one, you can see that the Safari team is really getting serious about HTML editing within WebKit, a change that I spotted at Apple's WWDC in June (emphasis mine):

The Safari and Web Kit Team is looking for a skilled programmer to work on HTML editing inside the Web Kit framework.

The development work will be largely inside the open source WebCore framework, the Web Kit's HTML rendering engine.

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