Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Dec 2005 21:54 UTC, submitted by Andy Updegrove
Features, Office "I've received several emails and seen several articles asking whether any eventual decision by Massachusetts to approve two different document standards (e.g., Microsoft's XML Reference Schema (XMLRS) as well as the OASIS OpenDocument Format) would be a serious blow to the goal of achieving long-term access to documents. The quick answer is that this is not a binary situation, because there are different types of standards that serve different purposes, as well as different situations that have different dynamics."
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DrillSgt
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2005-12-02

"First of all, I highly doubt it's my browser.

It looks like this "standards blog" has some big issues. For one, he has the beginning of another html document in the middle of his. In the middle of his HTML, he has..."


I would be curious what browser you are using actually....

After seeing your post I tried it with IE, Mozilla, Netscape, and Lynx. My normal browser is Firefox. In all browsers I used the page renders flawlessly. Also if you look at the source for the page he does have the <p> tags in there. So hence my curiosity on your browser.

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