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I read that part. It comes down to interpretation
and if what we are interpreting is a myth and that is
driving our decisions, don't expect predictable or
reliably repeatable results. My logic teacher used
to tell me that most of the problems of miscommunication
can be solved by learning to choose a better question.
How does one frame a better question to a myth?
Let's take the blame game over standards, browsers
and web pages. Pick a myth and then pick the victim.
The situation can't be improved until all parties
ask each other the same questions and agree to the same
answers, but as long as we play Spy Vs Spy, only
the outcome is predictable: dominant vendor wins.
Myth or truth or both?
From: Simon St.Laurent [mailto:email@example.com]
> A regular expression can
> locate a statement, but without the context, what does it tell me?
I think you might have missed this part:
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