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On Friday 04 February 2005 10:59 am, David Carlisle <email@example.com> wrote:
> > The earliest work with a publishing system within IBM certainly goes
> > back to the 1970s, and quite possibly the 60s.
> .... Later in 1969, together with Ed Mosher and Ray Lorie, I
> invented Generalized Markup Language (GML) to solve the data
> representation problem. ....
That's really good. I guess "contribution" is the right word to
any extra work that might be done with xml.
I really had no idea that xml was so old and there was so much
history to it. And here i was thinking it just sprung up in the
tech boom of the 1990s.
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