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· · 2004
· · · March
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</TAG> · To­day I re­signed from the W3C TAG; the W3C Pro­cess Doc­u­ment is 100% crys­tal clear that a sin­gle com­pa­ny can’t have two rep­re­sen­ta­tives, and Norm Walsh is ably rep­re­sent­ing Sun. I’m sad, but not too sad. Sad be­cause this is a great bunch of peo­ple and it’s been a blast work­ing with them. On the oth­er hand, we got a lot of work done, in­clud­ing tak­ing our ma­jor de­liv­er­able to Last Cal­l. Al­so, the TAG is pret­ty time-consuming, and I think the new job is go­ing to con­sume more or less 100% of my time. Thanks for the good times, guys!
 
Office Markup Languages · I’ve been at Sun less than a day and this guy gets in touch. Guy: “You’re the XML ex­pert, right?” Tim: “Well, er.” Guy: “Open Office’s XML is bet­ter than Mi­crosoft Of­fice XML, right?” Tim: “Uh, I don’t know.” ...
 
The Planet of the Photoshoppers · As not­ed a cou­ple of days ago, I’ve been read­ing the ex­cel­lent Pho­to­shop Ele­ments for Dig­i­tal Pho­tog­ra­phers by Scott Kel­by. This pro­vokes two med­i­ta­tions to­day; this on the ob­ser­va­tion that com­put­er geeks and pho­to nerds come from dif­fer­ent plan­et­s, and an­oth­er on in­tegri­ty, which is se­ri­ous­ly in doubt ...
 
Photointegrity · As not­ed a cou­ple of days ago, I’ve been read­ing the ex­cel­lent Pho­to­shop Ele­ments for Dig­i­tal Pho­tog­ra­phers by Scott Kel­by. This pro­vokes two med­i­ta­tions to­day; this on in­tegri­ty and an­oth­er on the Plan­et of the Pho­to­shop­pers, which is far, far from ours ...
 
Sunny Boy · As of to­day, I work for Sun. Let’s see; Ja­va rock­s. Mi­crosoft suck­s. I can play that tune ...
 
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