links for 2007-07-04
By webmink on Jul 03, 2007
This is quite amazing. It says that the Republicans believe the US public regard the conviction of Libby as politically motivated and that there is no negative consequence from interfering with the court's verdict. Is that really true?
Joe Wilcocks of eWeek with an intelligent, understandable and deeply critical analysis of Microsoft's "standards" activity at the moment.
About time OOXML had an accessibility review. "While a very welcome contribution to the discussion of office file format accessibility, this document raises a number of new questions, even as it answers others"
I am far less charitable than Tim about it. Heathrow is designed for the convenience of BAA's customers - the airlines - and to my eyes is staffed specifically to humilitate /their/ customers.