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scriptingNews outline for 12/12/2000
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 12/12/2000; 4:48:26 AM Topic: scriptingNews outline for 12/12/2000 Msg #: 22016 Prev/Next: 22015 / 22017
DaveNet: They all aks'd about you.
W3C: XSLT 1.1.
I have a list of XML editors in the (new) Scripting News directory. (Under development, still diggin, suggest a link.)
Steve Gillmor took a picture of (from left to right) me, Brent Simmons, James Tauber and Tim Bray.
Mail starting 12/12/00.
A new sample script for Frontier or Radio shows you how to upload an arbitrary OPML file to a Manila site using XML-RPC. This functionality allows any XML editor on any platform to create content for a Manila site.
David Brown converted the script to Python.
Salon: The day I killed my dot-com.
Nick Denton: "Journalists don't scale."
Reuters: Florida Supreme Court keeps absentee ballots.
MSNBC: Florida House approves Bush electors.
BusinessWeek: "Apple appears to be facing a dead end in its business growth, the victim of mismanagement and unmitigated hubris."
Gotta love software that rejects email because it contains one silly word. Már Örlygsson has an interesting observation. "The [notice] contained the offending word. I wonder what happens when both ends have this system set up. The rejects would probably pile up."
Steve Hooker has a Christmas Blog. Wow. It's colorful!
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