XML issue of W3J

Chris Maden crism at ora.com
Wed Oct 29 14:29:32 GMT 1997

Vol. 2, No. 4 of the World-Wide Web Journal is out: "XML Principles,
Tools, and Techniques".

It's a joint publication of the W3C and O'Reilly.  I don't want this
to come off as an advertisement, but I wouldn't have heard of this if
my wife weren't QCing it (-:, so I thought I'd drop a note.

For more information, see <URL:http://www.w3j.com/>.  Particularly
fascinating articles (to me) are "The Web Is Ruined and I Ruined It"
by David Siegel, self-proclaimed HTML terrorist - who comes out in
favor of XML; "Embedded Markup Considered Harmful", an interesting
perspective from Ted Nelson; and several empirical papers from XML
developers Tim Bray, Peter Murray-Rust, Jean Paoli, and Michael

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