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Re: [xml-dev] Re: Markup, an abstraction

Well I believe those two time periods overlapped? Either way it seems the existence of a renaissance Goth should be possible.  However, trying to reconcile that with the modern co-opting of the term Goth makes my head hurt, so I won't insist on you adopting the moniker...

Peter Hunsberger

On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 4:42 PM, Simon St.Laurent <simonstl@simonstl.com> wrote:
On 8/28/13 5:04 PM, Peter Hunsberger wrote:
Now, the day may come when we can interface to synthetic genes via Web
Services, but that won't be because of any emergent markup phenomenon
that was always inherent in the core of biological processes.  Rather,
that would be the result of some standardized interface that would
likely send Simon off to live as a hermit in some far off land, weaving
his own clothes and building furniture lest such an abomination disturb
his renaissance man existence....

Gothic, not Renaissance, and unlikely to head to far-off lands, but heading there.

Simon St.Laurent


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