No Applications is an Island

There is a lot of effort invested in taking web applications offline.

I know that the offline feature is only one feature in an whole set, but they all emphasize this point and my point is that no application is an island.
Why do I need an offline application? Can I work offline? Can I write this post offline?
I need to find data, to check facts, to find URIs. I need to find from where the phrase “No man is an island” comes from and link back to it.
How will a single (or a set of) application(s) help me? Can I download the internet with the offline application? Can I download my social network?
When I work I need to be online. If I am offline the only application I need is NotePad. What happens if I am offline and not at home/office and  I want to work? I take a laptop and head to the nearest coffee shop with free wireless network and start to work. Because no application is an island and no man either.

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