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On 7/27/06, David Lyon <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Finding the data in XML for free is the hard part. With respect to
> > shares, Yahoo only seem do it in csv, and Google in html. Others
> > require registration or money. None seem to cast carrots.
> Yes I understand. I've been through the whole process too and understand
> that not even the test data is free these days.
> But my problem is that I'm going off travelling and my expectations of
> xml-dev have been fulfilled for a while. I've had a few nice chats and
> bashed around a few ideas.
> I think I will go on holiday next week and come back and do some serious
> work on my preisshare open-source project. Talking about stuff is nice
> but seeing it happen is even better.
If Sci-FI is anithing usefull, you sould watch the Episode 14 of Ghost
in the Shell.
Episode 14 Automated Capitalism – ¥€$
Section 9 goes undercover to crack a den of criminals plotting to wipe
out several Japanese businesses. Things aren't quite so
straightforward when they soon discover an assassination attempt is to
be made on a wealthy Japanese businessman. Arriving at his mansion
they are greeted by cybernetic maids. Just what lies behind their
I will not spoil you the end, but its related to a automated Sharing
and Trading System.