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Re: Swedish news article

From: Matthew Fuchs <matt@wdi.disney.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 08:58:40 -0700
Message-Id: <9706270858.ZM16209@scrumpox.rd.wdi.disney.com>
To: w3c-sgml-wg@w3.org
On Jun 27,  5:45pm, Per-Ake Ling wrote:
> Subject: Swedish news article
> I wish to report that a good swedish trade magazine carried an
> two-page article about XML. Since it is pretty long (6 columns)
> I do not have the time to translate it, but cannot refrain from
> reporting errors, ommissions and true horrors (there is a lot of
> accurate information also, but not as fun reporting):
> >From "Datateknik" Nr 9, May 15:
>   "Behind XML is among others, W3C and Tim Berners-Lee, the
>    man that created the World Wide Web."
> Note that Tim Berners-Lee is the only name mentioned in conjunction
> with XML. Furthermore, the only illustration on the page is a
> picture of Tim Berners-Lee. At least XML is not attributed to Microsoft
> this time. Will they ever get it right ?

Well, we do have a Tim B, do we not?  So it's closer than it seems.

Matthew Fuchs

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