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   RE: [xml-dev] Worse XML tools?

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Well, Google doesn't know how to lie, so 
we'll just have to accept that as gospel. 
Remember, it is a "how many and who links 
to who" system.  So the majority opinion 
of the right folks is:

1.  Worse is better.
2.  XML Spy is worse.
3.  Buy XML Spy and be the worst XML 
    guy in your company.

But what do old SGMLers know about 
these modern inventions for data centric 
XML?  Really, not much.  I went looking 
for that XML Spy girl and realized she 
was already hanging with someone even 
worse than me. ;-)


-----Original Message-----
From: Eric van der Vlist [mailto:vdv@dyomedea.com]

According to Google, the two worse XML tools are XML Spy and Tamino:


Could sponsored links be counter productive?


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