As mentioned before, we are reverting back to HTML 4.0
It's on its way shortly. I appreciate your patience.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ka-Ping Yee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Sally Khudairi <email@example.com>
Cc: Dan Kohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Fork (E-mail) <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: xmlhack developer news from the XML community
> On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Sally Khudairi wrote:
> > Ah, XMLHack -- a production of Edd Dumbill, who is now Managing Editor
> > XML.com
> > The article in mention was penned by ZOT's own [and others' too] Simon
> > Laurent http://www.zotgroup.com/who.html#simonstl
> Uh, just what the heck is going on with that site?
> http://www.zotgroup.com/ takes me to
> blank page for me because i don't happen to be running the
> probably a technique i would apply if i was *trying* to make a
> web page accessible to as small an audience as possible.
> Why can't it just be plain readable content?
> Other beefs with this page (even if it *were* readable):
> - I'd get tired of someone inserting a big ugly 30-odd-line
> ASCII art banner at the top of all my pages really quick.
> local hard drive?
> As i wrote in an internal message about a uselessly frilly
> company Web application recently:
> "Useful, working applications will beat frilly,
> non-functional applications every time. Good looks
> are indeed nice to have, but under no circumstances
> should usability and reliability be sacrificed for
> their sake. Wherever this happens, regardless of the
> parties involved, you can rest assured that i will
> forever rail loud and long against such absurdity."
> Accessibility! Usability! Please!
> nothing personal -- it's just the principle of the thing,
> -- ?!ng
> "All models are wrong; some models are useful."
> -- George Box