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RE: [xml-dev] XML Performance Improvements through Interdisciplin ary Factor Assessment and Application

Incorporate that with neolithic storage as part of a new 
standard for rights management:  THTS-IR (Too Heavy To Steal 
but It Rocks).  The iPod will be crushed on the shelves.

XML doesn't have to be fast; just solid.


From: Andrew Layman [mailto:andrewl@microsoft.com]

I wonder if we could produce something by sticking these ideas together,
combining early middle-eastern writing patterns with this proposal,
using XML written right-to-left when sending and left-to-right when
returning, producing what I think would be "boustrophedonic XML" or
"BXML". Or "LMXB"?

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