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RE: [xml-dev] The Allure of Gothic Markup

 

---------- Uche

I'm not sure what "flying buttresses" have to do with anything.  Are you actually responding to Simon's paper (as the headers suggest), or some other matter altogether?

 

 ---------<

I am referring to the live presentation which I strove to understand and appreciate … but which I admit I simply didn’t get …

Or perhaps got entirely wrong.

 

What I *thought* I was seeing and hearing was plea for software to be more like gothic architecture,

Which in a humanistic way makes sense, but in a logical way I simply don’t get.

 

Oh well, I don’t get everything.

 

-David



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