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» On The Road Again... from tecosystems
Having just returned from a week on the road, I'm headed back out again tonight. The basic schedule, for those of you who might have a need to get a hold of me, is a late night flight to Chicago... [Read More]

» Open Document Format: What's Next? from tecosystems
For all the passion stirred up by the debate for (Bray, Carr, Ruby, Walli) and against (Asay, Coursey) the State of Massachusetts' selection of the Open Document Format (ODF) as a mandated standard, that battle is now over (at least... [Read More]

» Open Document Format: What's Next? from tecosystems
For all the passion stirred up by the debate for (Bray, Carr, Ruby, Walli) and against (Asay, Coursey) the State of Massachusetts' selection of the Open Document Format (ODF) as a mandated standard, that battle is now over (at least... [Read More]

» More on Open Standards from Blogs - Steven Shelton's Blog - GLOAMING.us
A few days ago, I wrote about the new OpenDocument format and why it\s important. Just as a recap: Microsoft has essentially locked people into buying only their office suit because the format of the files (you know, the files containing the stuf... [Read More]

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