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Open XML Gaining Favor With Standards Body

For those of you who are into this sort of thing, apparently Microsoft's Office Open XML standard, which seems to fluctuate somewhere between "American Idol"-level popularity and Michael Vick-level unpopularity, is moving back toward the "American Idol" side of the metaphor with the ISO standards organization. (By the way, your editor has never actually watched "American Idol," but he understands that it has quite a following.)

Posted by Lee Pender on 08/28/2007 at 1:21 PM


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