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If they have it, prior art will be trivial to find
this time. Jean Paoli was at a company that
implemented the MID before he went to MS, so they
knew and it can be proved.
Let 'em file. Warm running water and pipes were
there in Pompeii waiting to be 'discovered'.
Document. Document. Document. Save ya it will.
Something to think about: Kenneth Clark, a
historian, said that it should have taken a
million years of evolution for ancient Egyptians
to evolve from primitive hunter gatherers to
the sophisticated temple builders with an
incredibly organized socieity. It only took
500 years. Why? What was the accelerant?
The emergence of a shared set of symbolic gods
with a backstory that explained and mimiced a
natural environment. Once fedback into the
system with every cycle of the Nile, the speed
of integration and evolution accelerated. Then
it stopped. Why?
From: james anderson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Who blows the whistle on Microsoft? Time to stand
On Monday, Nov 3, 2003, at 22:47 Europe/Berlin, Bullard, Claude L (Len)
> The web is plumbing; not the washing machine.
> Pick the model that lets you adjust the load
> capacity and the hot/cold cycles according to
there are at least two patents which may come to haunt you.
given the .net patents, i would suspect there is already one pending
for this particular set of plumbing.
> the clothes to be washed. The pipes are just
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