Overheard at WWW2003
12:57, 23 May 2003 UTC | Edd Dumbill

A collection of strange and interesting quotes from the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference, held this week in Budapest, Hungary.

"I need to know how to get to a URL -- this is both a browser and an operating system I don't use"

"The best thing about XQuery is that it feels like writing Scheme."

"Who here has read the XML Schema spec? I see seven people. I'll round it up to 107."

"I'm just getting hammered by things probing ports."

"The key thing is that scruffy works."

"Oh... I thought you were Dan Connolly."

"It won't play ... It's just Windows, right? ... Oh, bugger."

Google's hiring...

Google's hiring

Re: Overheard at WWW2003 (anonymous - 07:06, 26 May 2003)

Google is vocally anti-meta data. "We don't do meta-data, we do data-data."

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