The Support WebCast: Globalization in Internet Explorer page contains:
The global nature of the Internet compels businesses to craft Web sites that can appeal to people in their native languages. Microsoft DNA offers a complete globalization framework, the centerpiece of which is the Internet Explorer Web browser. This session will cover the technical basics of globalization, including character sets and Unicode, and will also discuss the rich globalization functionality built into Microsoft's browser. Common technical pitfalls and their remedies will also be discussed.
This is a Level 300 session that was recorded May 4, 2000 and presented by Jay Andrew Allen. Jay is a support engineer with the Microsoft Developer Support Internet Client group. He has more than five years of experience in developing Web-based solutions for various Fortune 500 corporations.