Things I did in 1997
by Gerald Oskoboiny
This page records stuff I did in 1997. See also: 1996, 1998, or who cares?
I didn't start keeping track of stuff until late in the year;
one day I'll fill this in...
- Jan 17-19, 1997
- Faculte St. Jean ski trip with Chris, Roger, Marjorie, Marie-Josee
- Feb 8, 1997
- Cool hack: automagic
plain text pages from a web server (see also: the
code behind it.)
- Mar 15-22, 1997
- Visited W3C at MIT in Boston to talk about setting up HTML validation
service, interview for sysadmin position
- April 11-13, 1997
- Went skiing at Panorama
- July 10?-Aug 4?, 1997
- Vacation in Europe
- Sept 5, 1997
- Moved to Boston, MA, USA, from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
"I'm not from around here, so it's okay that I'm stupid." -- George Costanza
The first week I was here, someone puked on me on the T. "Welcome to Boston!"
- Sept 8, 1997
- Started a new job with W3C at MIT/LCS.
- Nov 6?, 1997
- Wrote a cool script to help track a shipment sent with UPS.
- Dec, 1997
- I'm famous! There's an article
about W3C in the Dec 1997 issue of Scientific American that includes a
picture of some of the staff at MIT.
- Dec 18, 1997
- Unleashed the W3C HTML Validation Service on
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