has anyone seen Blocks?

Simon St.Laurent simonstl at simonstl.com
Thu Jan 27 16:27:02 GMT 2000


This is from Invisible Worlds (http://www.invisible.net/) and claims (in

>"What we've developed is a standard way of getting 
>XML back and forth," Malamud said in an interview. 
>Malamud conceded that XML can travel via HTTP, but he said
>there is no consensus on how to do that. 

Maybe it's just another confusing announcement, maybe it's something else -
I'd love to hear what people think of this.

Simon St.Laurent
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