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Re: Dictionares in the library

From: Sin Hang Kin <kentsin@poboxes.com>
Date: Sun, 21 May 2000 13:04:53 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <001101bfc346$404a4740$770da8c0@bbs>
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Hack: dictionaries were certainly books. 

Some phip make up the term meta which they thought they can separate meta and the real world, HA, no one really could.

1. Give a definition of book, then dictionary will certainly fit it.
2. If dictionary is not book, then what is book?

HTML succeed only because it is simple, xml do not have this! NOT namespace!!!!

This is an ultimate goal, no one would succeed! 

You see EDI
You see relational db
you may found it in xml also, especially in namespace!!!!

No, xml would not pop, pop is the king, be people, be cheap!!!

I love the power from the roots. THINK!? It make sense!



Rgs,

Kent Sin
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Received on Monday, 22 May 2000 03:14:41 UTC

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