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Subject:Re: SGML From:Stuart Burnfield <slb -at- FS -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 13 Oct 1995 09:40:40 +0800
Caryn Rizell said:
> As you can see, this is very open-ended. We are looking at SGML as a way
> to create a variety of documents (paper, online, HTML). There is a lot of
> talk about SGML, but I haven't found very many people that are actually
> using SGML.
If you have Usenet access, try the comp.text.sgml newsgroup. It's full of
people who use SGML and have done for a few years, plus people like you
who are kicking the tyres.
Stuart Burnfield (slb -at- fs -dot- com -dot- au) Voice: +61 9 328 8288
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