Re: HTML 3.2

Subject: Re: HTML 3.2
From: Guilden <guilden -at- IQUEST -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 13:22:12 -0500

Richard Mateosian wrote:

> Computer book publishing isn't like traditional book publishing. It's more
> like magazine publishing. The books have a very short useful life, then
> quickly become worthless.

> There are very few exceptions. ...RM

Accurately said, though books about HTML 3.0 or even 2.0 are still breathing.

Ben Milstead
Que Publishing

> >I wonder why these books got published in the first place...
> >Were publishers just trying to get a jump start on the market, and it
> >turned out to be a bad decision?

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