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Re: Life as an SGML Neanderthal (WAS RE: The subsett

Re:  Life as an SGML Neanderthal (WAS RE:  The subsett
On Wednesday 05 March 2003 01:20 pm, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> There was no "standard" for the output,
> as I recall.  

That's pretty accurate. A lot of applications didn't even care about elements 
or attributes as we'd understand them now.

> Things are better now.  Where are my
> anti-psychotics?

Are they though? We have more and better tools, but the problems still loom as 

I'm lucky I guess: I never experienced the pain in DC... only the aftershocks 
in Japan :-) Also, as a toolsmith, I never much cared about the lack of them!


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