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Updated: 11/1/2002; 4:43:38 AM.

Sunday, October 27, 2002

Phil Ringnalda makes some excellent observations on encoded HTML in RSS feeds.  What is needed is a glyph which visually looks like less than and greater than signs but with none of the semantics.  I'm tempted to use single guillemet characters.


Update: apparently double guillemet characters are more widely deployed.  «doubleFoo»

  7:48:32 AM   Comment 

James Duncan Davidson: I'm sitting in Dave Thomas' talk on Pragmatic Programming and he's making the point that a developer's career and their growth is up to them. I entirely agree. And I think it's true in life in general.  I have been employed for 21 years.  It took the first 18 for me to figure that out.  Some people are slow learners.  In my case, it was PHP that opened my eyes.
  7:36:48 AM   Comment 

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