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   RE: [xml-dev] Lessons from the RSS Civil War: The Circle Of Life

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"I hope I die before I get old.  Talkin' 'bout my generation."

Sounds good unless you are the bunny.

Most don't like that when it's their time 
unless they put enough money away to spend 
less time at the machine and more time at 
disneyland.  Buy lots of toys because 
"there ain't no cure for the summertime blues" 
and its hard to get upset about the world 
when ones' biggest challenge is to stay awake 
and not miss the toilet.

There may be rough justice here.  Userland has a 
market for RSS 2.0 and echo errrrrm IBM will 
have to get some.  If they don't fast enough, 
that corporation has a habit of reassigning 
resources.  If they do, things are normal.


From: Gerald Bauer [mailto:luxorxul@yahoo.ca]

> Is that the circle of life you are referring to?

I don't want to turn this in a disney commercial but
let me clarify what I meant:

  Leaders come and go. Simply because time moves on
and everyone gets older. The kids of yesteryear grow
up and take over.

  To sum it up: It's time for Dave to let go and let
the younger crowd work it out.


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