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Re: King of Stupid XML Articles?

  • From: David DS Barnes <d.d.barnes@i...>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 18:17:51 +0000

stupid articles
Aw, you make me feel dupid,
because I thought he was touching on related issues:
maybe not so enlightened, maybe more cynical,
but not impertinent questions?

Rather than merely making a "stupid article" section,
why not siphen off the points made in articles 
(good or bad, well- or ill-informed),
and suggest an alternative (world/) view

that way, allcomers are given a handle
 -- at their own level -- 
on what are:
	experienced realities
	projected problems
	intentions and visions

hopefully then more people are boot-strapped to enlightened thinking
and the signal::noise ratio, 
and the opinion-amplitude 8)
are greatly improved...

Lisa Rein wrote:
> This one has my vote:
> http://www.business2.com/content/magazine/breakthrough/2000/09/15/18549
> it's from this months Business 2.0.  And it's written by a professor of
> new media at hunter college in NY.  Which shows that even professors
> sometimes don't do their homework.  I guess this guy thought he was so
> smart, he didn't need to be bothered with the facts.
> I am putting together a "Stupid XML Article" section on my website in
> response to this garbage masquerading as press.  Especially after the AP
> wire scare last summer (the whole "Europe votes no on XML" thing),
> something has to be done.
> Please forward your favorite (most hated?) stupid XML article to me
> privately if anyone wants to participate.  Anonymously or otherwise.
> thanks,
> lisa

David DS Barnes
	mechanical eng,imperial college		|	t:0207 594 7181
	exhibition rd, london, sw7 2bx		|	f:0207 594 7127


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