Judging by the number of broken web sites I've seen lately, we could use a bit more staticness and a bit less dynamicness
And a good deal faster too. It seems to be very fashionable now to use heaps of mandatory JS to serve up what in the end amounts to some text with a few images and perhaps a link or two. In other words exactly what HTML was designed to do, except it used 20M of JS libraries, hogs the CPU for a few minutes to render and is otherwise horrid.
But hey, it uses a different font to the default.