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I hear a new rallying cry: "...it's simply a matter of technology!"



  At 10:03 AM -0600 11/14/02, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
>Laugh, then accept it as a form of job security.
>I am glad from time to time that I was around
>for CALS and watched the last mad, bad expensive
>pursuit of the holy grail of *seamless interoperability*.
>"Thank you, Lord.  I have no complaints."
>From: Sean McGrath [mailto:sean.mcgrath@propylon.com]
>Article entitled "Everyone must play nice in XML" on Government Computer News
>Interview with Peter Hayes of Microsoft
>          http://www.gcn.com/21_32/interview/20355-1.html
>Snippet :
>GCN: How realistic is it that Microsoft applications will connect with
>other platforms?
>HAYES: The key is XML. You've seen a lot of effort from all the vendors to
>support XML. And
>once they support XML, it's simply a matter of technology to connect it all
>I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
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