Monthly Archives: March 2007

The Diagram IS the Meaning

Bruce Silver put together a summary of The Real Issues with XPDL, BPEL, and BPMN where he explained better than I could that the aspect of portability that is more valuable depends on what you’re trying to do. He correctly … Continue reading

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Are Apples more useful than Oranges?

I got a comment on my last post which so obviously misses the point so much of the discussion around these standards, that I half suspect this Anonymous post was a practical joke from a colleague for the amusement of watching me … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point for XPDL

A lot of you know I am a big proponent of XPDL, the XML Process Definition Language. Not only because of the tremendous amount of good work that went into it, but also I see it being successfully used on … Continue reading

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More Obsession with HDR Imaging

Comments sowed the seeds of doubt about whether HDR photography is worth the trouble. As a hobbiest I have not really spent much time manually manipulating RAW format pictures. My camera (Canon G6) has a 10 bit per pixel sensor, … Continue reading

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Playing With My Camera

A few days ago I found out about High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographs. A short search on the web will bring you lots of information, but somehow I have been living just fine completely oblivious to HDR. The threory behind … Continue reading

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