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Re: Capitalism and XML

Re:  Capitalism and XML
Excellent point. Sooner than later we will have to pay for the air we
breathe, just wait till it becomes a scarce resource because of pollution.

We may also have to pay for the right to "use" our own DNA eventually [1].
Check out also how industry and goverment are interested in protecting our
privacy [2] and what is in store for those who will oppose it all [3]. As
usual, it was all predicted by science-fiction writers such as Philip Dick


Alain. (not gloomy, just lucid)
Alain Rogister

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...>
To: <arg@u...>; <xml-dev@l...>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 7:43 PM
Subject: RE:  Capitalism and XML

> The scarce commodity that will become a political
> issue of some concern is drinking water.  Some concerns
> are buying up water rights as fast as they can.
> len
> From: arg@u... [mailto:arg@u...]
> BTW, food is a scarce resource
> nowadays only because we collectively accept that it be so. We could feed
> everyone if we decided to.


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