Back in those days of yore in late 90' of previous millennium, when "Glosses of Finnegans Wake" thrived on free hosting services like Geocities, frames were the next best thing - everyone used them and, as a matter of fact, for annotations in footnotes of frames are even now unsurpassed. Be that as it may, with possing of showers good old frames became deprecated and even obsolete. Such an atavism that modern browsers on mobile devices are expressing open hostility towards commands like 'frameset', 'frame spacing', etc. An html5 coding language is feigning ignorance for those commands, Safari browser recoils in horror, Android tries its best but visual results are below the threshold of mediocre. As we hit an inflection point of no return, so came the time for a major reengineering of Grand scheme stays the same (i.e. hyperlink that opens an annotation) and everything that is on site now (and that is the content from September 2010) in frames and via tooltips, will stay as it is - that still works fine on many desktop monitors and on majority of browsers. On the other hand, for mobile devices Finnegans Wake will be shrouded in div's and iframes, boosted with "mobile first approach", and responsive web design. "Dirty" html code will be cleansed, files will be smaller and result should be slick (sic!) and span performance on iOS, Android, iPhone, Tablets, and hopefully mobile watches (kh!). All that will be made available through ''Kidam Flying Colors Technology'' (kh! kh! and if it does not exist it would be necessary quoniam to invent it).