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On Fri, 15 Nov 2002, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> I didn't say that. Their support gets
> it adopted by more companies. That makes
> it a standard in the sense of the word that
> makes it useful: running code. IOW,
> a successful standard. You are confusing
> specifications (what the W3C produces) with
> standards. The W3C is not an international standards
> organization. It is a commercial consortium. It
> sanctions specifications for its dues paying members.
ok, i appreciate your point. i was just being pedantic.
> Geeks: guys who couldn't get laid in high school
> and discovered that the web was a place to act like
> they did.
if i wasn't so chock full of self-esteem, i'd take
that personally. :-)