RE: XML doesn't deserve its "X".
How about this: it is time for the innovation in computers in general and the web in particular to stop. It is time for a regulated standard to be created and enforced by statute such that if one buys a computer and a program to run on it today, it will run on a computer that you buy 50 years from now, and that the computer you buy today will run any program written 50 years from now. It works for TV and automobiles. Why not computers? We must get out of the experimenter/hobbyist phase and enable people to get the most out of their investment. The situation today is ALL Bill Gates' fault, of course. ;-) That's not an original thought or even a troll. It was proposed in an article this past weekend and comes from a journalist think tank type. The next new thing will be an old thing that had a short burst of notoriety, was dissed, and will be renamed and dressed, and attributed to a 15 year old genius (his mother swears he is) in Nebraska. The money on the Next New Thing will of course be mostly made by the really old guys (45+ at least) who pay for the prominent position on Google, in trades, and on NPR. C looks awfully warm and fuzzy. len
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