facts, conclusions, and exhortations re XML (short)

Andy.Bradbury at syntegra.bt.co.uk Andy.Bradbury at syntegra.bt.co.uk
Wed Nov 24 11:25:31 GMT 1999

Tom Passim wrote

Nice to hear from someone else who has read this little gem.
Amazingly modern-sounding, wasn't it?

I suspect that the relative timelessness of the story is due to the fact
that it is mainly based on an understanding of human psychology.
The sad thing is that whilst technology marches on, it seems our ability to
handle it (pun intended) has advanced very little, if at all, since the
start of the current century.

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