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I'm Ryan Lowe, a Software Engineering graduate living in Ottawa, Canada. I like agile software development and Ruby on Rails.
I write this blog in Canadian English and don't use a spell checker. Typos happen.
» Full-time Ruby on Rails freelancer
» Full-time with Rails since May 2005
» Former committer for RadRails (now Aptana)
» I also have a few Rails side-projects in development:
1. wheretogoinTO.com Toronto nightlife
2. Hey Heads Up! TODO list and sharing
3. Layered Genealogy family history research
4. foos for foosball scoring
5. fanconcert for music fans (on hold)
Hiring Rails developers? I can telecommute by the hour from Ottawa, Canada
»» Email: rails AT ryanlowe DOT ca
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Tim Bray has a nice summary of where the "browser wars" stand these days.
Getting Mozilla into companies is going to be hard, damn hard. Managers tend to have a if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it mentality because change costs money, even with a free browser. What Mozilla needs is some compelling content that needs standards compliance to work properly. Dangle a carrot in front of people's faces to get them to download a free browser and try it. Stuff like SVG might be the next step.Posted at July 20, 2003 at 09:42 PM EST
Last updated July 20, 2003 at 09:42 PM EST