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XBRL House

Eiichi "Ed" Watanabe, an early evangelist for XBRL in Japan and globally, has set up a web site, XBRL House. This is how Watanabe-san describes his web site:

My intent of creating this website was to share what I have with respect to XBRL so that  the information included would be of some value for those who join the XBRL world. I thought it would be good for me to do that because I was so involved in XBRL and I am retired almost from XBRL, although I am still an advisor of XBRL Japan.

One thing I would point out on the site is the library.  I counted 20 books related to XBRL.

Stop by XBRL House and say hello to Ed!

Posted on Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 06:39AM by Registered CommenterCharlie in | CommentsPost a Comment

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