Posting Ken Starr's report to the Internet

Subject: Posting Ken Starr's report to the Internet
From: "Stephen D. Murphy" <sdmurphy -at- SHEPARD-PATTERSON -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 13:12:05 -0400

No, this is not a political message! I'm just curious. Think about how
long it takes for most of us to create web content. Congress just voted
to release thousands of pages of material, and they expect to have it on
the Internet this afternoon. Wow!

Other than just scanning the pages and dumping them in a web page as raw
text, I wonder how one would approach this problem from a technical
standpoint?

Furthermore, does anyone know what software newspapers use to post their
editions? I have to imagine that there is a "single source" of data that
is formatted once for print and then again for their web sites. The
result is very sophisticated.

Steve Murphy
Senior Technical Writer, Shepard-Patterson & Associates
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Arlington, Virginia
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