XML is boring (was Re: coming clean with the SGML crowd)

Andrew Bunner bunner at massquantities.com
Fri Sep 11 18:01:09 BST 1998

>As far as I can see, most readers of this list are:
>	- waiting for XSL because all they are interested in is rendering text
>with infinite precision. Worthy, but surely that's not the main point of
>XML. Also it's a year away.

  XML/XSL is already making me a much happy web site manager. Different
views of the same data, data lives in one place... no pages that are
out-of-synch with each other, vastly improved human-readable code... 

  This application may not be exciting, but it sure is useful.

-- Andrew

   Andrew Bunner
   President, Founder Mass Quantities, Inc.
   Professional Supplements for the Perfect Physique

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