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Simon St.Laurent writes:
> I suspect the Cover Pages deserves lots of credit for connecting people
> and programs at many levels on a regular basis for nearly eight years.
> In PR-speak, that might result in triumphal press releases about
> "enabling [millions | billions] of [dollars | euros] of [enterprise
> integration | document management | hacker twiddling] with XML and Web
> Services." The Cover Pages prefers to describe itself as an "Online
> resource for markup language technologies" - no small achievement.
Yes. In fact, it don't think it would be out of line to suggest that
Robin would be an appropriate candidate for the 2003 XML Cup, if
IDEAlliance plans to continue the award. I cannot count the number of
times, early in my consulting work, when something XML-related would
come up during a conference call and I'd quietly click on my bookmark
for Robin's page to get a quick briefing before people asked me for
input. I doubt I was alone in doing so.
All the best,
David Megginson, email@example.com, http://www.megginson.com/