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Subject:Re: Open note to Eric on FAQs From:Robert Bononno <bononno -at- ACF2 -dot- NYU -dot- EDU> Date:Sat, 9 Apr 1994 00:37:52 -0400
Re SGML, there's a huge repository of stuff at ifi.uio.no, which is where
the SGML list originates from. It is/was very active (for some reason,
I'm not getting anything from them). If you're unfamiliar with SGML, it
can be a bit daunting. Newcomers are _always_ politely told to read the
FAQs first instead of asking silly questions like, What is SGML?
Anyone on this list, who needs to learn about SGML or HITIME, should
Robert Bononno /// Techline
bononno -at- acf2 -dot- nyu -dot- edu