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Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 66.122.165.195] on October 29, 2007 07:30 PM
Where do those comments about a stack of blank pages go. Is there something evil about trying to make software that is perhaps most easily accessable to the public easy to use and better than anything else available by using open standardized formates like the DOM3 for XML. Using a brouser formate that makes the last page of a brouser link a blank page available for word prosesing, mouse wire framed formated text, picture cropping, and video file drag and drop assembly, using simple XML wrapers to make personalized web page construction a no brainer. Dose open source standard software organized and promoted by proprietary software manufacturers suposedly donated to the public interest tresspass patent, copywrite, and national security. Is there some good reason the document object modle is off limits or is someone being censored.

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