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Not so much as a post, as a callout…
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XML in the Wild wasn’t the proper place for this particular rant: http://www.teleread.org/blog/2008/12/22/e-book-hardware-oh-you-had-to-go-there/ Ebooks and eReader hardware does take up quite a bit of my attention in my spare time, though. How is this related to XML? It’s all in that single source multiple output publishing concept. More to come soon…

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Consulting Boot Camp
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This is not a technical entry. I will discuss no software in any detail. There will be no screen shots or a walk through. I have been, and will be tied up in consulting boot camp through the remainder of August and the first couple weeks of September. Why is this significant enough to warrant […]

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Stuff that is cool.
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This little beta project at IBM AlphaWorks: http://alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/taskmodeler Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org/ The fact that oXygenXML has a plug-in for Eclipse: http://www.oxygenxml.com/eclipse_plugin.html XFY and Mathematica: http://www.xfy.com/new/math.html The DITA Architecture Specification: http://docs.oasis-open.org/dita/v1.1/CS01/archspec/archspec.html

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I’m Baaaccckkk…
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Sheesh. I leave you guys in the structured authoring/CMS/XML business alone for eight years and what do I come back to? More acronyms. More standards. That’s OK… I also come back with 8 years of perspective. Eight years of corporate enterprise customer perspective from two different industries, no less. While I was gone y’all discovered: […]

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OMG – They fixed it!

So the last time I tried to use Word 2007 to blog, I found that blogger no longer worked with Word 2007 because Google had switched the blogger log in to the Google log in. Bummer. I’ve been deep diving in Word 2007 for the past couple of weeks (wait ’til you read what I’ve […]

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