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  1. Hi,
    I waswandering if you programmed in SCXML? I would be interested in having a chat if that is the case.

    Kind Regards

  2. Hi! Saw your blog entry on MindManager and specifically on XSLT… I’m thinking on the same lines as you – using MM as a UI and using the XML output to drive all sorts of non-MM transformation processes… I’m in the UN and my applications are non-commercial in nature and just looking to get some “leverage” using the powerful tool sets that are appearing…

    In any case, have you had any success in getting XSLT to work for you in this regard? Would be interested in sharing experiences.

    You can reach me through my private e-mail or at kennedyj@who.int.

    Best regards,

    John Kennedy
    World Health Organization

  3. Hello,

    Recently one of our website visitors notified us that one of our links was broken. I noticed that your blog is also linking to:

    http://www.motorola.com/mot/doc/0/234_MotDoc.pdf

    on multiple pages:
    http://greg.abstrakt.ch/2003/11/commute_tidbits/
    http://greg.abstrakt.ch/author/gregor/page/49/
    http://greg.abstrakt.ch/page/49/
    http://greg.abstrakt.ch/page/49/?module=articles
    http://greg.abstrakt.ch/category/blogs/page/2/

    I went ahead and found the original Pdf and report it on a working page, so our visitors could find the item they were looking for and keep them happy.

    If you want, you are more then welcome to update the link you have pointing to that dead page and send it to the page below to give your visitors a proper working PDF report with the content they were looking for.

    http://issaasad.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/the-effects-of-mobile-telephones-on-social-and-individual-life.pdf

    It is always nice to help fellow website owners.

    Have a great day,

    Robert Barlow.

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