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Xeni Jardin at 9:52 pm Thu, Jan 24, 2013
It would have been funnier the other way around.
Bill. What’s you opinion on HTML5? Is it just liberal bias?
The W3C Gestapo want to take away your blink tag!
Click checkbox, checkbox is checked. You can’t explain that.
http://i.imgur.com/ngYnNOP.gif (nsfw text)
The user remains confused.
Well if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance…
I really enjoy Bill O Reilly. He’s a smart man and everything he says, even if you don’t agree with it, has been carefully thought out. He’s also as much of a listener as he is a talker, and there’s a very good reason that his books sell so well. Smart people buy good books.
It was also a bold move making all his books DRM free. The php/MySQL book was a big advantage to me.
He’s as much of a listener as he is a talker, if shouting people down counts as listening.
Boundegar remains confused
You’re over-simplifying things to support your argument, and skipping my more salient points. You’re acting like TIM O’Reilly, not Bill.
I think you must be thinking of Bill O’Reilly, the Australian cricket player, not Bill O’Reilly the American technical publisher.
Reminds me a little of how Elvis handles it:
Next up, Takers versus Makers…
“While the complexity of building and customizing an infinite variety of functional and artistic objects is both challenging and rewarding on many levels, photography is still a wonderful creative endeavor and can be a gateway into other artistic pursuits.”
This will not be over until someone gets Fox News to take a position on vi vs. Emacs.