Daniel Goldsmith wrote:
> Hi all,
>> Very offtopic, but I felt some comment could be forthcoming.
>>http://www.dcu.ie/~nolanb/gr17.htm - the homepage for the conference
> at which Stephen Hawking is giving his feverishly anticipated speech
> on Blackholes.
>> Now, considering the very well known physical constraints Prof.
> Hawking operates under, I thought I'd give the site a shot under Lynx
> - no dice. A 'USE FRAMES" placeholder.
>> I fed the page to the W3C validation service - Failed - not even a
> valid Doctype declaration.
>> Considering Ireland's glorious self-image re technology and the
> internet, and DCU's place at the center of it, isn't all this just a
> *tad* reprehensible?
Not answering your question, but I went along to the talk
(at 13:30) and was being charged €90 to enter. Do you
have to be rich to get access to this info or what, mutter...
At least I saw Sharon Ni Bheolain on the way in, so something
may be on News 2 tonight?
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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