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Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Mozilla Rising

Holy Moly!    (01)

And just about all I just got out of my second Linux class is that cat file1
file2 > fil3    (02)

Have a little catching up to do to be with you, Jack!    (03)

Henry    (04)

P.S. I have also been told that some fundamental  and, to me, burning
questions I asked about Linux are not part of the course! Rough times ahead
still when it comes to getting Fleabyte where I want it to be. Already put in
half a day more in a day than Eric.    (05)

Jack Park wrote:    (06)

> http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2002/09/10/browser_wars/index.html
> "Netscape won't dislodge Internet Explorer from its hegemony over browser
> space. But its open-source sibling is aiming at even bigger game: Windows."
> I have this hunch that, someday, OpenOffice and Mozilla will come together
> in a way that will make us all very happy campers.
> I've figured out how to take apart an OpenOffice document. It's actually a
> zip file, not a flat document file. Inside, there are four XML files, one
> of which is called content.xml.  With a simple script file, you can pop
> that out, modify it as you wish, then pop it back in.  My experiment is
> aimed at turning OpenOffice into one of the user interfaces in the
> NexistWiki experiment.  Now, when there is seamless integration between
> OpenOffice and Mozilla, it will be good.
> Cheers
> Jack
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