WML vs. XHTML
ann at webgeek.com
Mon Nov 8 14:25:31 GMT 1999
At 12:37 AM 11/8/99 -0500, Jelks Cabaniss wrote:
>What do *you* think of Rohit Khare's comments about the WAP Forum? And it
>would be interesting to know how Phone.com (formerly "Unwired Planet") has
>responded to that article (if indeed they have responded) ...
One consultant's opinion, which is now rather dated, viewed in Web time.
The "conclusions" regarding XHTML are suspect.
Quite frankly, much of it sounds like some of the more paranoid rantings
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