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Subject:Free SGML/XML Seminars: Various US Locations From:Michelle Nolan <nolanmj -at- HOTMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 2 Feb 1998 12:10:28 -0500
Thought some of you might be interested in attending one of the free
half-day seminars ArborText, Inc. is offering on SGML and XML. I just
received a flyer in the mail, and wanted to pass on the information.
The seminars will be held in major cities across the US.
Seminar topics will include:
-Business-related differences between XML and SGML
-How to efficiently, accurately, and quickly deliver information on
paper, CD-ROM, and on the Web.
-How will XML affect planned or exiting implementations of SGML-based
-How are organizations taking advantage of SGML/XML?
-How to protect critical information from hardware and software
To learn more, go to www.arbortext.com . Interested parties may
Lead Technical Writer
The Nolan Technology Group, Inc.
nolanmj -at- hotmail -dot- com