Apple and Nokia seem to think that there *are* hamburgers in the moon, and 
that those hamburgers will cost them billions of dollars in submarine 
sandwich lawsuits.

Of course, that's what they are *saying*.  It doesn't take a Feynman or a 
Chomsky to understand the real reason why they want the Ogg hamburger off 
HTML5.

El Mar 11 Dic 2007, Robert Sayre escribi├│:
> On Dec 11, 2007 1:15 PM, Geoffrey Sneddon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > So undisclosed patents have been looked at? How?
>
> Are you *sure* there are no hamburgers on the moon? Have you looked in
> every crater? Under every rock?
>
> This argument is ridiculous. No one can prove a negative, and the
> audio/video elements will have poor interoperability because of it.
> Maybe the spec should say that directly.



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