Randall R Schulz wrote:
> On Thursday 17 July 2008 16:37, Duane Nickull wrote:
>> DN: On this note, Bob Glushko and one of his friends wrote a very
>> funny article called XML fever.
> See the first article name beneath the issue theme "Web Science."
> - "XML Fever"
> By Erik Wilde and Robert J. Glushko
> "Don't let delusions about XML develop
> into a virulent strain of XML fever."
>> I think Advanced symptoms include a
>> wicked urge to do ontology work. The link is here:
In my collection of aphorisms, I copied this from an email by a former
OO pundit: (02)
"He has clearly been infected with XML retrovirus, which attacks
the central nervous system and higher brain functions, inducing
intense states of gullibility and suspension of disbelief."
-- David Curtis (03)
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