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   Re: [xml-dev] Tablet PC ink is XML (maybe SVG)

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In a message dated 13/11/2002 19:13:58 GMT Standard Time, clbullar@ingr.com writes:

Right.  I looked at the Corel demo on line.   I get it.
Yep, the ultimate table napkin.

Seriously, the traffic accident systems, the HAZMAT
inspection systems, etc. could make use of this.

You see! :) ... I knew if you could get out of that QBE cerebral straight jacket you would see it. <grin/>

The great thing about that ultimate table napkin is that you can make the ultimate paper aeroplane out of it. You can fly the information further, faster and wider than any real-life table napkin. :)

Of course, it does seem to cost a little more than an average table napkin.

I think it's the kind of idea that could *really* fly since there are so many potential uses for it. Of course, it's a matter of just how useful it is and how cost effective in different settings. But I wouldn't be at all surprised to see lots of new uses come out of the woodwork in the next few months.

Andrew Watt


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