This one was my wife's idea, so I won't take credit for it.
One of my good friends sent me a link to Star Trek motivational posters. Very funny!
You could come up with a whole series of these things, with classics from Star Wars, Star Trek (each series), Battlestar Galactica (new and classic), Buck Rogers, Doctor Who, and more!
Michael Smith has released the latest DocBook XSL.
Version 1.71.1 of the DocBook XSL stylesheets is now available for
download from the DocBook project site:
HTML and PDF versions of the release notes are also available:
This is the production release of the XSL, so if you've been waiting to upgrade, now is the time! Enjoy!
My family and I are raising money for a mission trip during Thanksgiving week (Nov. 18-25) to help the flood-ravaged people of Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas (for more info, see http://www.ifmus.org/). The money raised from the following items will be used to help fund this trip.
G. Harvey signed, numbered Lithographs:
Larry Dyke signed, numbered Lithograph:
Broncos tickets (face value = $70 each, asking $100 each as fundraiser):
section 235, row 11, seats 16 and 17
Please send email to scottys dot log at gmail dot com if you are interested in any of these items.
Standing in line at the Boulder Apple store grand opening. I was #14. The first guy in line had been there since 5am!Check out store info here: http://www.apple.com/retail/twentyninthstreet/week/20061015.html
It's pronounced "Hahved Yahd"...
Working on a very cool project at Harvard Business School Publishing this week! I seem to be flying a lot to Boston this year, with projects at Fidelity and Harvard, and I'm also a panelist at XML2006 (which will be in Boston this year)!
As of October 1, 2006, DocBook v4.5 is an official OASIS Standard! The voting went right down to the wire, as many of the eligible voters had neglected to vote at all. However, of those voting, the approval was unanimous!
In other cool DocBook news, the upcoming UBL v2.0 OASIS Standard submission will include the DocBook "editable source!" Nice to see that some of the other standards are using DocBook as the basis for their documentation!