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24 May 2005

XTech 2005

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I’m leaving later today for Amsterdam, where I’ll be attending the XTech Conference for there rest of the week, with a pretty exciting program; I haven’t yet ever tried conference blogging, but if my laptop doesn’t die (it’s making weird disk noises and has been very uncooperative lately), I may take a stab at it…

I haven’t yet made a plan of what sessions I’ll be attending, but I already know where I’ll be Thursday afternoon

13 April 2005

XHTML-based slide show tools

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The days were you had to have PowerPoint to visualize slides show are fortunately going away; the current offer for XHTML-based slide shows is pretty good, and growing:

10 March 2005

W3C True Face exposed

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…or rather W3C Team true faces.

W3C Team picture

The picture was taken by Richard during our annual Team day back in December, one of these too rare occasions where the Team as a whole gets to talk, meet, know each other, etc. Well, even then, it is rarely as a whole, since it’s extremely difficult to gather 70 persons from around the world at the same time and place, even once a year; and indeed, the picture linked above has only 50 persons; but it’s probably a good enough sample to get a good idea of what the human side of W3C looks like.

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Picture of Dominique Hazael-MassieuxDominique Hazaël-Massieux (dom@w3.org) is part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Staff; his interests cover a number of Web technologies, as well as the usage of open source software in a distributed work environment.