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From: Robert Koberg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
>> When you stop questioning, you stop learning.
>or you start doing...
Unacceptable as noted in next statement.
> Practice is the acquisition of habit, not knowledge.
>> The principle 'separation of presentation and content'
>> is flaky in practice.
>why is that?
Because it isn't practiced. It is espoused. Again,
if HTML is the exemplar, it isn't 100%. It is mixed.
All of the examples so far are mixed.
>You aren't doing something like this:
AKA, trolling? Nope. I'm questioning assumptions
and design principles that leave the work to
others. Structured vs unstructured only has
clarity at the extremes.
Survival is being the middle gazelle and profit
is being the third penguin.