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   EDI, Electronic Commerce and the Web, 1-day workshop, London 18 November

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  • From: "Peat" <peat@erols.com>
  • To: "'xml-dev@ic.ac.uk'" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 03:39:52 -0400

FYI - Can anyone help this gentleman out?

- Bruce Peat


EDI, Electronic Commerce and the Web, 1-day workshop, London 18 November

Please forgive the intrusion, UK-based technical training company
Technology Appraisals are putting together a 1-day workshop/conference on
EDI, E-Commerce and the Web in conjunction with the repeat of their XML
series of events (see: http://www.techapps.co.uk/)

They are looking for speakers at the event to present papers in (but not
limited to) the following areas:
- Why EDI needs the Internet
- Why the Internet needs EDI
- EDI /Web standards tools & techniques including: 
Interactive EDI
XML-Data, CDF and push technologies
Real-time vs. store and forward
00-EDI approaches
Who's making/going to make the standards and why
- EDI and the business web 
Legal issues
Security issues

Technology Appraisals pay a modest paper presentation fee and presenters
are entitled to attend the event free of charge.  If you are interested in
presenting a paper please send a brief summary plus a biography asap to:
David Hitchcock (mailto: techapp@cix.compulink.co.uk)

Many thanks

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