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   Re: [xml-dev] XML strategies

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At 01:05 PM 20/07/2002, Uche Ogbuji wrote:
> > On a far less esoteric note than most things discussed on this list, I am
> > interested in what are the best strategies for leveraging XML in an
> > enterprise.
>This is "far less esoteric"?
>Good lord, man.  I scored triple turkey on buzzword bingo just reading your

Sorry I offended your buzzword sensibilities - my thought was a buzzword is
worth 1/2 a picture (i.e. about 500 words).


Thanks for the help.


PS Here's something else that might also score well :-)

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operating system for no-nonsense development.


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