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Re: XML as generic villain


Re:  XML as generic villain
Rex Brooks wrote:

> http://techupdate.zdnet.com/techupdate/stories/main/0,14179,2908614,00.html

In the normal course of events, I see quite a few XML-related business 
plans cross my desk.  For some reason, from Q4 2001 to Q3 2002, everyone 
got the idea that they wanted to build XML hardware, I must have seen 5 
different XML-accelerator bright ideas.

Personally I couldn't see it, but I've been wrong lots of times, I also 
thought Ethernet was a joke when I first saw it :(  -Tim


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