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Honest, spamming is not my intention.  There was just so much about
push/pull/sax in the xml-dev discussions that I really thought people
would APPRECIATE the reference I provided to the Microsoft XML videos, I
found them informative.  I *DIDN'T* plug  them.  I only offered it as a
reference.  And I honestly appreciated Didier providing the reference to
the video on the direction Microsoft is taking, I would never have found
that video by myself. 

I am VERY sorry your are offended.  I want to ADD to your xml-dev
discussions, not get you mad at me.  :-( 

Please offer more guidance on how to behave properly on your forum.  I
honestly don't know what I would have done differently if I had to do it
over again.  Perhaps I shouldn't have copied the URL in, but I always
appreciate it when people refer to something if they do the same, so I
did it.   

Again, I am sorry that I offended you.  I know if you were offended than
others are too.  Sorry.  I'm just here to learn.  And I guess that means
getting slapped when I do something wrong.

Pam Ammond
Empowering You!

-----Original Message-----
From: Sam Hunting [mailto:shunting@etopicality.com] 
Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2002 8:10 AM
To: Empowering You
Subject: RE: [xml-dev] Microsoft's vision of data and the role of XML in
that context

Please stop spamming the list of references to Microsoft marketing

On Sat, 9 Nov 2002, Empowering You wrote:

> Didier,
> Did I hear right (in the VSLIVE video) - is Microsoft essentially 
> abandoning SOAP in favor of other technologies in .NET?
> Thank you!!!!   The VSLIVE video
http://www.fawcette.com/reports/vsliveor/2002/09_18_02/keynote/ was a
great resource on where Microsoft is going with XML.  It answered so
many questions I have.  And also provided more questions - like the SOAP
one above. 
> Thanks,
> Pam
> Pam Ammond
> Empowering You!
> website: http://www.empoweringyou.com
> Please buy the "Wow! Look At Windows XP" book I wrote at
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Didier PH Martin [mailto:martind@netfolder.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 9:49 AM
> To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
> Subject: [xml-dev] Microsoft's vision of data and the role of XML in
that context
> Hi
> For the curious fellows interested to know what the Redmond 800 pound 
> gorilla views as a future and the role of XML in it, Check the video 
> presentation you’ll find at the end of this link: 
> http://www.fawcette.com/reports/vsliveor/2002/09_18_02/keynote/. Keep 
> in mind that the API presented in this video is a client side API used

> to interface with data (structured and semi-structured).
> Note: It doesn’t mean that I am supporting their view but since they

> play a very important role in the development community, it worth a 
> lurk ☺
> Cheers
> Didier PH Martin
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