You know, Mark, I think this would be good to expand into a short series. The play with regulating code has real possibilities for César Chávez Day etc.
I’m not entirely certain about the decision to isolate the dangerously standards-recalcitrant markup in a PDF. The first thing I did after reading it through was paste it into a file so I could run it in a web browser. Not that I object to exposing the source being the primary mode, of course - but couldn’t there also be a link to an HTML version? A PDF guarantees the intended PDF, but feels a little bit like a designated free speech zone, if you see what I’m saying.]]>
Perhaps we could all just get along with an XMLK-compliant common language!]]>
It was pointed out to me on ifMUD that this language may have been obsoleted by the markup language for Malcolm X … XHTML.]]>
This is made obsolete by Malcolm X’s markup language: XHTML.]]>
Lovely Mark! Very clever. :)]]>