Groves, the next big thing (Re: ANN: XML and Databases article)
mnutter at fore.com
Thu Sep 9 15:32:26 BST 1999
At 03:20 PM 09/08/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Groves are going to turn out to be like Linux, which began with a very
>few people who had a vision that turned out to work.
Ok, you've got me all excited about groves. Where do I go to learn more
about them? I have kind of a vague idea that a grove is basically a
collection of trees. Is there a web site somewhere that will give me a
broader understanding of the "grove paradigm"?
Mark Nutter, <mnutter at fore.com>
Internet Applications Developer
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A: A rubber pickle, because fish do *not* wear bow-ties.
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