It's time for practical XML!
Steven R. Newcomb
srn at techno.com
Sun Oct 4 00:42:31 BST 1998
> Exacerbating the problem is the distance of the W3C from some
> important thought currents.
I'd sure like to see more information owner/publishers (as opposed to
system vendors) among the voting members of the W3C. I can't help
thinking that if more voting members were concerned about creating a
context in which the conservation and exploitation of information
assets is optimized, we'd have a lot more stability, emanating from a
much firmer sense of direction. I'm sorry, I know I keep harping on
this, but it seems blindingly obvious to me that:
The maximum improvement of human productivity should be the goal.
Steven R. Newcomb, President, TechnoTeacher, Inc.
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