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Today's scriptingNews Outline

Author:Dave Winer
Posted:10/20/1999; 6:11:05 AM
Topic:Today's scriptingNews Outline
Msg #:12184
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DaveNet: Winning isn't everything!

XML.COM: Responses to 'Open Sources, Open Standards'.

Here's the article that we were responding to.

CNN: Encyclopedia Brittanica Site Jammed. "The retooled site received millions of hits Tuesday after the Chicago-based publisher said it was putting all 32 volumes and 44 million words on the Internet, gratis."

MacWEEK: Viewing the Web in Black and White.

David Carter-Tod: WinPoke captures keyboard combination presses in Windows and executes Frontier scripts.

IBM: "Sash enables web developers to rapidly create network based applications that integrate seamlessly into the common desktop environment using standard web development tools such as JavaScript, XML, and HTML."

Wayne Steele on Sash: "It doesn't sound any different than what Microsoft already has with Scriptlets, COM, and the Windows Scripting Host."

Regular Expressions: CVS in Scripting.

Are tomatoes are the "deadliest fruit in the world?"

10/11/96: Marcia Marcia Marcia. "There was this guy, a sign-maker with a great sense of humor, he came to every Mets game and sat in the front row of Shea Stadium. He had signs that had something funny to say. On opening day, just after the first pitch, he holds up a sign. A hopeful one. It says Wait Till Next Year!"

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