and the short-lived P&D [Privacy & Demographics], which was pulled days after its inception due to a
conflict with the P&D which was "Promotion & Dissemination" and later reemerged as "Communications"
to reflect a less Euro-centric Method.
Never underestimate the impact.
> At 9:40 PM -0700 4/21/98, Mark Baker came up with the following:
> > Anybody going? What's the schmooze factor of this thing?
> > http://www.w3c.org/MarkUp/future/
> > Is HTML 4.0 the last HTML? Does XML mean the end of HTML? Has W3C given up
> > on HTML?
> > What is that role? How will HTML co-exist with XML, RDF, SMIL, and other
> > languages? W3C has ideas but we need your help.
> > You are invited to help shape the future by voicing your particular
> > outlooks, needs, and criticisms at a workshop on the future of HTML.
> > Participants will have a chance to discuss their views directly with the
> > designers of HTML. The workshop will help W3C Members and Staff evaluate
> > issues and challenges to be met by future versions of HTML.
> Well first off come up with better acronyms. At least make words that
> people can say out of them. I have to recommend former employee Rohit Khare
> and current Apple Employee Dr. Ernie as consultants on this. A brief look
> at some of their acronyms should convince you of their merit.
> Big Sexy
> and last but not least...
> I want my MTV
> ... at least you can drive something fast, arm your-
> self with powerful tools, and look good doing it.
> Preview Release of the Be Operating System
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