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RE: breaking up?
- From: Jeff Lowery <email@example.com>
- To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2001 12:21:00 -0700
Excuse the repost, but Outlook lost its formatting:
> Once they screamed for things to be fixed, kill all the
> lawyers, down with
> up with the W3C, we be fast you be slow, and so forth, they
> simply set the
> whole cycle back in motion. The strongest competitor
> dominated the outcome.
> won because the web designers made it happen. The NS
> designers lost in a
> competition in which they set the expectations. Why did NS
> change their name
> from Mosaic Communications and pay $2.3 million to the University of
> What did they expect from their competitors?
> Spy Vs Spy. Be smart, fast and execute brutally. That is
> how evolution
> works sans a catastrophe. Dinosaurs beat the mammals every
> time until the
> big rocks fell from the sky and a lack of food and breathable
> air gave the
> advantage to small, furry, egg-eaters.
Kind of makes one long for the days of the Jacobins, no?
has its price.
Practice has to drive standards, and not the other way
around. Right now it
seems that stan..., er, recommendations are coming fast and
furious, but no
one is listening. How could they? The cacophony is music only
to the elite
few. Is it leadership or aristocracy?
I don't doubt the good intentions of the people driving the
I wonder if they're moving too fast to stop and look at how
the peasants are
laboring in the field?
Maybe if I had more coffee...