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A thought for the word vs. frame battle: base it on a human chess game, as seen
at Renaissance Festivals everywhere. That's my sole contribution.
Andrew Plato wrote:
> (among other things)
> 7) We need 5 to 10 speakers who will talk about cool, techie stuff. My
> thoughts: I would love somebody to talk about XML. I'd also be interested
> in hearing about Linux and some general "ideas in documenting complex web
> applications" or something like that. I would also like see a
> semi-humorous attempt to battle out the Word vs. Frame debate. I think
> that could be fun, if it was done with the right attitude.
> Well that's my initial thoughts.
> Andrew Plato
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