Isn't this old news? seem to
Isn't this old news? seem to remember mention of this a while back or is this just ratification that she now has?
Of course now that Ms Holzschlag has joined the team everything will be fine and no doubt we'll see huge leaps and bounds in standards adoption by IE
Maybe I missed it. Last I
Maybe I missed it. Last I read about her & MS was when she interviewed Bill Gates.
Oh yes that interview, where
Oh yes that interview, where she really went for the jugular :rolleyes:
Yes, that interview. I had
Yes, that interview.
I had left a comment regarding the softball questions, but somehow it never saw the light of day. :shrug:
I ran my mouth again on the IE blog, once to comment on her sycophancy, and once in reply to one of her fanboys. I really can handle my chocolate pudding, by the way.
So glad that I'm not the
So glad that I'm not the only one of this opinion.
It's amazing how a career can be built on... well I'm not entirely sure what the career has been built on apart from shameless self promotion.
As for 'foremost standards evangelists' really since when and based on what?
I was always intrigued as to what the real story was behind Zeldmans departure from the W.A.S.P project and although decorum and diplomacy was maintained on the subject always had the slight impression that there was a certain amount of rancour in there somewhere, and noted it seemed to be around that time that Ms. Holzschlag seemed to 'take' over.
Without wishing to sound at all sycophantic that was a nice retort to the gushing fanboys attempted putdown.
I wonder whether he was one of those that was ensnared to code Molly's site? after all she admited that she had someone do the graphic design, someone to code and customize the CMS, left me wondering what she can actually do, apart from of course write over 30 books :? (can there be a need for 30 books? how often can one write about 'standards') and jet set around the world giving talks, all expenses paid naturally, I presume?