XML is boring (long --- sorry)

Jim Amsden jamsden at us.ibm.com
Tue Sep 15 01:17:28 BST 1998

>I talk to a lot of journalists.  The #1 question I get is: "What will the
>impact of XML be from the user point of view?"  My sound-bite answer is
>"The web should look about the same, but work a lot faster.  And search
>engine results should get a lot better."

I would add that a lot more data from a lot more sources will become available,
and you'll be able to look at the same data in a variety of ways on a number of
different devices.

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