· Naughties
· · 2004
· · · November
· · · · 20 (3 entries)

Warm Antwerp Glow · This idea of publishing your schedule is a winner. Since then, I’ve heard from Jim Heid, who recently spent some time there and recommends two excellent hotels, and Mik Lernout, who’s speaking at the conference and is going to be moving from Antwerp to Vancouver, and would like to have dinner. People are, you know, generally speaking, excellent.
Opening Everything · At the just-concluded XML 2004 conference, I claimed in my closing keynote that XML and Open Source are the parallel outcomes of a single trend. I don’t think that the argument is that subtle or difficult ...
The Markup Tribe · The three days of the XML conference are just an awfully good time. This is where I come from, and in the years since I first came in 1990 I’ve worked for different companies and done different things, but the same people keep coming around in parallel orbits. In this group of people, you never have to explain why it’s OK to be obsessive about markup, about text, about language, or about meaning. Plus we had a party where security came to shut us down. Mostly this is just an excuse to post a few pictures ...
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