Sunday, May 12, 2002

.NET concerns
Aditya sent me the following post from the ASIS Special Interest Group for Information Architecture list:
If you ever wanted a soap opera on the unlikely topic of Internet architecture played out in public involving Microsoft chicanery, global namespaces, search-against-keywords and people who never learn, may I point your attention to a letter by CEO of RealNames, the company that gaveMicrosoft the ability to resolve keywords entered into IE browser. There's a lot there for anybody involved in web development, especially with delusions about .NET.. Here's the site in question. Interesting indeed. {slashdot followup (may 22, 2002): sometimes, microsoft is right}

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