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   Re: [xml-dev] Something altogether different?

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Wow!  Have you actually used MSN search?  Have you paid any attention
to how much money MS has poured into the new search capabilities? 
Have you downloaded and  used the desktop search utility.  And, I'm
sorry, but if I'm an MS Engineer I sure the hell am not going to come
ask for the advice of the bitch and moan society that is xml-dev.

David, you need to either check your facts before you speak or simply
dont speak, because at this moment in time you sound like a damn fool.

On 4/24/05, David Lyon <david.lyon@computergrid.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Apr 2005 12:54 am, Michael Champion wrote:
> > If MSN and Yahoo understand and play by the same rules as Google, it's
> > hard to imagine what would stop this thing.
> Have you thought about upgrading to a Generation-II search engine?
> What this tells me, is that you guys sit around soaking up the money without
> actually doing any work.
> And when you run into trouble, get on the old xml-dev and ask for free help.
> And as you go, moan and belly-ache about the state of the world as it
> develops. Times must be hard in Redmond.
> Oh well, if you aren't going to add Generation-II search engine
> characteristics then you can always add new graphics to the site. At least it
> doesn't cost very much.
> David
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:: M. David Peterson ::
XML & XML Transformations, C#, .NET, and Functional Languages Specialist


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