"The combination of eXtensible Markup Language (XML),
XML-enabled browsers, and Unicode fonts will soon make some forms
of multilingual e-commerce possible. That prospect could bring
about another Internet revolution."
"The organizational powers inherent in the use of XML are
becoming better and better understood and appreciated as greater
numbers of programmers become familiar with XML's tremendous
capabilities and adaptability, particularly in comparison with
"For now, HTML still reigns supreme. But no matter how fancy the
Web page's Java applets or how interactive the CGI scripts, the
bottom line is that HTML limits the ability of the average Web page
to share data or to interact with other Web sites. This is largely
because HTML has been called upon to do many things it was never
designed to do. However, XML has come to the rescue, offering
creativity and data exchange almost as limitless as HTML itself is
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