Alternatives to the W3C
ann at webgeek.com
Fri Jan 21 14:11:11 GMT 2000
At 10:42 PM 1/20/00 -0600, Len Bullard wrote:
> That is the level at which your thesis fails
>and if we were to rely on that, our customers would fail. In our
>case, that means the ambulance does not get dispatched on time to your
>Mom's house when your uncle has a heart attack.
Quite frankly, putting a CAD system in the hands of ASP scares me more than
anything else a consultant might or might not know.
Ann (veteran of 10 years behind the mike between San Jose PD/FD, King
County (WA) PD, and Monterey County, CA consolidated PD/FD dispatch centers).
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