From: spuluka (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2000 - 12:59:01 EST
> From: Jonathan Robie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> One of the big things that is happening these days is the evolution of
> XML-related standards, including an XML query language activity in the W3C.
> In five years, our ability to flexibly manage a collection of documents
> will be much better than it is now, and our ability to integrate
> traditional data in our documents will also be better.
> Of course, I'm an enthusiast. XML is what I do for a living.
Do you have any examples of XML sites or proposed standards that would apply
to language study, translations or biblical studies?
Adult Education Instructor
Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of Pittsburgh
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