An amusing note

I found it appropriate that “WC3″ is not containted within the default Microsoft spell-check dictionary for Outlook Express 6. “What? WC3? Standards? No, thank you very much, WE set the standards!!”

Last night’s electrical storm was the most amazing thing I have ever seen. And that’s not an exageration.

The game of Ultimate last night was pretty sweet. We had four cars and a soccer field, so at just past dusk we all pulled up, turned our bright beams on to the field, and then proceeded to play for an hour. Sadly, Sagar’s team won out, but Sean, Josh, Alan and I did manage to put up quite a valient effort. =)

About Mark Egge

Two truths and a lie: Mark Egge is an outdoor enthusiast, opera singer, and a transportation data scientist. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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2 Responses to An amusing note

  1. markegge says:

    I love/hate having a wireless, optical mouse. The freedom is great, but I hate having to use it when my desk gets so cluttered that I can’t even find my mousepad, much less use it. Fortuantely, I can usually find a somewhat flat surface towards the top of the mess to use.


  2. carter says:

    Mark, while WC3 isn’t in the Microsoft dictionary, W3C (the consortium you’re thinking of) is in the dictionary.

    As for Microsoft setting the standards, its true. This past weekend they announced their extension to RSS which will undoubtedly be used everywhere