[OFF] who's on the XML WG?
lisarein at finetuning.com
Wed Mar 17 17:04:53 GMT 1999
> Wow. I always thought Spy vs. Spy was the funniest part of MAD Magazine,
> but I didn't expect to set off this kind of entertainment.
oh it only gets like that when microsoft's involved :-)
Can't say I
> thought it would be this complex or the source of so much angst.
> And as anyone who has listened to me for the last two years is aware, I'm
> hardly a responsible XML journalist.
how bout just a polite collegue then?
(Haven't gone to a show on a press
> badge in a long, long, time!)
Wow! what a waste of cash! silly goose! Never, i repeat! NEVER! give
those up! No matter what else you do!
a slip today would likely be old news in
> six months to a year, when the book arrives.
But once again, I wasn't talking about technical information that would
be outdatable, I'm just talking about not making working group members
uncomfortable....or really as long as YOUR not uncomfortable with it --
they're probably used to it.
Since my books have such long schedules (one
> is verging on infinite, it seems),
I'm a little too sensitive to this subject right now to crack jokes.
(due out summer hopefully :-)
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