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Baxter Tocher

Crocodoc - 10 views

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Graham Perrin

ODF versus OOXML: Don't forget about HTML! - O'Reilly XML Blog - 0 views

  • Don't forget about HTML
  • February 25, 2007
  • HTML’s potential and actual suitability for much document interchange
  • ...27 more annotations...
  • HTML is the format to consider first
  • validated, standards compliant XHTML in particular
  • HTML at one end (simple WP documents)
  • PDF at the other end (full page fidility but read-only)
  • W3C versus ISO

  • Lie adopts an extreme view towards overlap of standards:
  • overlap at all brings nothing but misery and bloat.
  • The next dodgy detail is to make blanket comparisons between HTML and ODF/OOXML.
  • ODF and OOXML deal with many issues that HTML/CSS simply does not.
  • the W3C argument might be to say that every part should have a URL
  • a strange theory that MS wants ODF and OOXML to both fail
  • being pro-ODF does not mean you have have to be anti-OOXML
  • HTML is the format of choice for interchange of simple documents
  • ODF will evolve to be the format of choice for more complicated documents
  • OOXML is the format of choice for full-fidelity dumps from MS Office
  • PDF is the format of choice for non-editable page-faithful documents
  • all have overlap
  • we need to to encourage a rich library of standard technologies,
  • widely deployed,
  • free,
  • unencumbered,
  • explicit,
  • awareness of when each is appropriate
  • an adequate set of profiles and profile validators
  • using ISO Schematron
  • Plurality
Graham Perrin

Remember Everything. | Evernote Corporation - 1 views

    Some brief notes from a Mac OS X perspective: for an fseventer view of file system changes when Evernote Web Clipper in Safari produces a PDF, launches the main and helper applications, and syncs.

    No evidence there of Sync Services, which may be surprising given the otherwise fine use of available technologies.
    (Unlike Diigo) Evernote does not highlight web content, and is not oriented to group work or sharing.
Kangdon Lee Upload, Annotate, Share. Online document review and collaboration - PDF,... - 5 views

  • Upload, Annotate, Share. Online document review and collaboration - PDF, Word and HTML
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