|The Internet and the World Wide Web continue to change the shape of computing. The goal of network computing and understandable text access across wide, diverse groups of people has brought great momentum to computing environments that build Unicode into their foundation. Whether it's Internet commerce, network access to data, or highly portable applications, Unicode makes a solid foundation for the network, global enterprises, and software users everywhere. The Nineteenth International Unicode Conference (IUC19), held on September 10 - 14, 2001 in San Jose, California, addressed topics ranging from Unicode use in the World Wide Web and in corporate and government Intranets and databases, to the latest developments with Unicode 3.1, Java, XML and Web protocols. The five-day Conference was packed with three tracks of tutorials and presentations. Did you miss important talks due to clashes between tracks? Did you miss the Conference entirely? You'll have another opportunity at the Twentieth International Unicode Conference in January 2002. See you there!|
|When the world wants to talk, it speaks Unicode|
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