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Subject:Re: Evolution of HTML? From:Gregory Keith <GKeith -at- DELRINA -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 3 Nov 1995 16:44:00 PST
Lori Moreland wrote:
SGMLOpen is a forum on the use of SGML worldwide. I'd check with Mr.
Severson himself. I'm sure he could recommend some great resources. You can
contact Interleaf at (800)658-LEAF or at http://www.ileaf.com/
The following SGML books have been recommended by others:
(Intro) SGML: An Author+s Guide to the Standard Generalized Markup Language,
by Martin Bryan. (NY: Addison-Wesley, 1988). 364 pages, $39.95(Can.)
README.1ST: SGML For Writers and Editors, by Ronald C. Turner, Timothy A.
Douglass and Audrey J. Turner. (Prentice Hall PTR, 1995). Includes a
diskette with an SGML viewer, sample documents, and Web documents that link
to SGML sites on the Web. Ordering info available at: http://www.prenhall.com.
(More detailed) Practical SGML, by Eric van Herwijnen. Second edition.
(Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994). ISBN: 0-7923-9434-8. 288
(Expert) The SGML Handbook, by Charles Goldfarb. (Oxford University Press,
ISBN 0-19-863737-9. $95 hardcover.
gkeith -at- delrina -dot- com