Congrats Jon Bosak and Tim Bray

Robin Cover robin at
Tue Apr 13 20:30:34 BST 1999

"XML and the Second-Generation Web.  The combination of
hypertext and a global Internet started a revolution.
A new ingredient, XML, is poised to finish the job."

AKA, "How XML Will Fix the Web"

"Extensible Markup Language (XML), a tool for writing World
Wide Web pages, promises another on-line revolution. Pages
written in XML can deliver needed information more quickly
and efciently than HTML pages can. They can also
automatically reformat themselves for convenient access by
computer, telephone, handheld organizer or other devices."

Scientific American
Cover story, Feature Article
May, 1999



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