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Re: [xml-dev] New tool for handling XML in Java

From: Sean McGrath <sean.mcgrath@--------.--->
To: AndrewWatt2000@---.---, -------@-----.---.---
Date: 2/13/2003 2:17:00 PM
At 07:50 13/02/2003 -0500, AndrewWatt2000@a... wrote:
>In a message dated 13/02/2003 12:29:28 GMT Standard Time, 
>sean.mcgrath@p... writes:
>>I'm pretty confidence that those of us who see XML as markup - as
>>*documents* - are
>>in a minority. Such is life. But we were the minority who worked on
>>creating the
>>freaking think in the first place.
>"Freaking think" ... Interesting term. Is that the W3C analogy to "double 
>think" in George Orwell's 1984? ... Or was it just a Freudian slop? <grin/>

Apologies:-) It should be "freaking thing". Actually, in some parts of the 
UK  the "k" would work for a phonetic rendering.

>It's old age creeping up on you Sean. And in Internet Time too.

Yes. Scary.



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