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RE: Generality of HTTP

  • To: 'Gavin Thomas Nicol' <gtn@r...>, xml-dev@l...
  • Subject: RE: Generality of HTTP
  • From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 09:02:14 -0600

RE:  Generality of HTTP
Yes, and at that point, all you are doing is 
assembling parts.

If we talk about a "web architecture", are 
we just reengineering a web browser, or are
we talking about something else?

len

-----Original Message-----
From: Gavin Thomas Nicol [mailto:gtn@r...]

On Monday 28 January 2002 09:53 am, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> The problem is that distinction among technologists means
> so many different things to the same people, it is just a noise
> word.  It lacks precision.   

The very succint last sentence is the problem... once you start talking about HTTP+XML+MIME+xxxx, it is at least precise enough to discuss.

FWIW. I've noticed the same trend you noticed: fewer and fewer "normal" folk even talk about "the web". To them, as you say, it's "the internet". Not one "normal" person has mentioned XML to me.... 

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