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  • noun The condition of being standard

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Examples

  • Did you manage to think that, should OpenOffice or other office application (even an open-source small implementation) find that Office cannot produce 100\%-compliant file, they could start a litigation and would 99,99999\% win just because of ISO "standardness"?

    OSNews

  • Actually one of the things I really appreciate about OSX is the standardness of Keyboard shortcuts across just about every application.

    Why I Didn’t Buy A Mac | Lifehacker Australia

  • Scott McLeod pointed to an article on the end of teacher sameness and loyalty, which predicts that teachers unions 'hold will erode as teachers' roles get more varied (flaunting the unions 'goal of a totally consistent and standard teaching remit); in time, they'll just fade away as fewer teachers "fit" their criteria of standardness.

    8 posts from October 2009

  • Scott McLeod pointed to an article on the end of teacher sameness and loyalty, which predicts that teachers unions 'hold will erode as teachers' roles get more varied (flaunting the unions 'goal of a totally consistent and standard teaching remit); in time, they'll just fade away as fewer teachers "fit" their criteria of standardness.

    tribal self-preservation

  • Scott McLeod pointed to an article on the end of teacher sameness and loyalty, which predicts that teachers unions 'hold will erode as teachers' roles get more varied (flaunting the unions 'goal of a totally consistent and standard teaching remit); in time, they'll just fade away as fewer teachers "fit" their criteria of standardness.

    Politics

  • Scott McLeod pointed to an article on the end of teacher sameness and loyalty, which predicts that teachers unions 'hold will erode as teachers' roles get more varied (flaunting the unions 'goal of a totally consistent and standard teaching remit); in time, they'll just fade away as fewer teachers "fit" their criteria of standardness.

    tribal self-preservation

  • Actually one of the things I really appreciate about OSX is the standardness of Keyboard shortcuts across just about every application.

    Why I Didn’t Buy A Mac | Lifehacker Australia

  • I think the point about “standardness” has to do with adequate description of the methodology by Mann.

    Perverse PCs « Climate Audit

  • Other than that “standardness” is a semantic argument.

    Perverse PCs « Climate Audit

  • But as TCO says, “standardness” is ultimately semantic; the real issue is the effect of the method which in the present circumstances is to mine for hockey stick shaped series.

    Perverse PCs « Climate Audit

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