From: Mark Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 30 2000 - 23:00:32 PST
> > "People already are using the Web for services," said Summit Strategies
> > analyst Dwight Davis. "For example, lots of people are using
> > Hotmail. The question is about the level of integration and
> > sophistication of these Web services."
Give the man a cigar.
Somebody should take all the services at xmethods, and provide an
HTTP GET interface to them. Then we could access all those whizbang
services through a browser and do all those other niceities that
come with having a generic interface to our components. Yes, I
think this could become quite popular. It needs a name though;
how about "The Web"?
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