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You can't share the siphon hose fairly and
still fill the tank. This one is a real hoot:
We are led to believe by the intro that the ZapThink guys
are "close to the genesis". I like the article for its
photos. I didn't know Eve Mahler was that pretty. Jon
should sue; he looks petrified.
The web is an amplifier. Positive feedback is not
always positive. The twig once bent can only be unbent
by making lumber, then who cares about the roots of the
Keep this one in mind: it was Yuri Rubinsky
who started the project that became XML.
Is that important to know? To his friends,
yes. To the industry? Well, the answer to
that characterizes the industry, not the man
or the achievement.
From: Gavin Thomas Nicol [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Monday 10 February 2003 07:35 am, David Carlisle wrote:
> Meanwhile a note on the W3C's home page points out that
> the original XML is five today....
It'd be nice if people mentioned the very active XML-SIG, and the W3C-SGML-WG
before that. XML wasn't designed by a group of 12, but by a community.