Robin Cover wrote:
> Hello Betty. You may want to check out this web site:
> It provides information on some 300 (or so)
> XML applications in various vertical/horizontal
> Best wishes,
> Robin Cover
It has been a few weeks since you sent me this information, and I want to
tell you how extremely grateful I am for you sending this. Everything I need
to know is there. Now my job is to put this together. XML is EVERYWHERE! It's
an exciting world out there, and XML is making it an even smaller world. It's
exciting to be part of all of this.
By the way, I asked around about who you were because your name seemed very
familiar. I am completely new to all of this ( I was/am a high school English
teacher) but I knew that I had seen your name somewhere. "XML guru", was the
answer I got from a couple of people. I am extremely flattered that you would
take the time to answer me.
So, if I could quote you about anything having to do with the future of XML,
what would it be?
......being very nervy asking for a quote from you! : )
> On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Betty Jenkins wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have just signed up for this list and am interested in finding sites
> > or information regarding current uses of XML in industry, business etc.
> > Recently, I completed a technical writing course, and I am now
> > learning XML. While I would like to obtain work in the industry, I do
> > not yet feel adequately prepared to perform well in the workplace.
> > Right now I am writing a paper (using an XML editor) on the current uses
> > of XML.
> > I would appreciate any up-to-date information on this topic that could
> > be shared with me.
> > Thank you.
> > Sincerely,
> > Betty Jenkins