From: Adam L. Beberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 06 2000 - 12:52:21 PDT
On Thu, 6 Jul 2000, v - Mark Kuharich wrote:
> The Web's hyperlinks are undergoing a thorough revision with a newly
> proposed XML specification.
First law of XML:
XML will grow in complexity until the transmition of a single bit of
data requires the sum total of the internet's bandwidth to transmit,
and needs every CPU ever made working together to parse.
If a less efficient way to transmit data exist, all possible efforts
must be made to find it and implement it as the new standard.
Anyone using an efficient method of data tranfer should be cast out
as obsolete for using such outdated technology. Anyone you employ
with this mindset should be fired immediately.
The W3C has been cited for violations of this law and is doing
everything they can to comply ASAP, please stand by...
Apologies for the transmission of this message in the outdated ASCII,
but I only have 1.3GB of disk space free, and was unable to save the XML
- Adam L. Beberg
Mithral Communications & Design, Inc.
The Cosm Project - http://cosm.mithral.com/
email@example.com - http://www.iit.edu/~beberg/
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