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Re: HumanMarkup.org, Inc -- announcement

Thanks Ranjeeth, This clears my decks for everything I mentioned on my to do list, which I will start on immediately. Ciao, Rex ... -- Rex Brooks GeoAddress:
Rex Brooks
Nov 9, 2001
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HumanMarkup.org, Inc -- announcement

I want to announce today HumanMarkup.org, Inc, a non-profit domestic corporation established to help support the activities of the OASIS HumanMarkup TC in ways
Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga
Nov 9, 2001
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1563

Discussion is now moved.

Discussion will now happen exclusively at OASIS. The YahooGroups list is now disabled for public posts. Everyone is invited to join the public discussion
Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga
Aug 28, 2001
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1562

Re: Physical Description

Hi Sudhakar, That would be me, but I'm not home and I can't respond more fully. It's just an accident that I stumbled on this post cuz I was looking for
Rex Brooks
Aug 27, 2001
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1561

Re: Martians & Venusians

How soon can we phase the yahoo list out? This bouncing around and keepng track, or trying to remember to keep track when all I want to do is organize my
Rex Brooks
Aug 27, 2001
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1560

Re: Physical Description

Yes. We have some of those in the current schema. We have not decided how detailed that needs to be, but there are applications that depend on physical
Bullard, Claude L (Len)
Aug 27, 2001
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Re: Martians & Venusians

From: Michael Lacy [mailto:michael_lacy@...] ... HumanML applications may be used by machines. Universal acceptance is another way of saying, valid by
Bullard, Claude L (Len)
Aug 27, 2001
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Physical Description

Hi, Is anybody interested in physical description/characterstics of human beings? Let me know! Thx- Sudhakar Gorti Architect Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Sudhakar Gorti
Aug 27, 2001
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Re: Martians & Venusians

This got me thinking about some of the limitations of HumanML and I thought I'd share with you all: 1.) HumanML will be nothing more than another "language"
Michael Lacy
Aug 27, 2001
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Re: Martians & Venusians

... Hehe, mabye, mabye not. A techie point of view. Question: Who is responsible for providing the correct translation. The sender or the reciever. I take it
Niclas Olofsson
Aug 26, 2001
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Re: Martians & Venusians

... I'd interpret that as someone who is just about to say, "if you think you're going to go on *another* golfing holiday, then you're very much mistaken", or
Sean B. Palmer
Aug 26, 2001
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Martians & Venusians

Hello all, It's not that often at all that I post to this group, but then I come across something, and I'm thinking, hey, this might be something interesting
Walter Hucal
Aug 26, 2001
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1552

Re: food for thought

My primary background is actually in engineering and technology. However, 2 years ago I started playing guitar and have come to the realization of the enormous
Michael Lacy
Aug 24, 2001
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Re: food for thought

Another way to look at that is in terms of a control language for instruments if you consider body parts to be instruments. Music as several markings for
Bullard, Claude L (Len)
Aug 24, 2001
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Re: food for thought

Ack. I meant to type, "I'm not sure where that goes." Len http://www.mp3.com/LenBullard Ekam sat.h, Vipraah bahudhaa vadanti. Daamyata. Datta. Dayadhvam.h ...
Bullard, Claude L (Len)
Aug 24, 2001
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