In message <[log in to unmask]>, [log in to unmask] writes:
> Are you not concerned that the heavy costs of pdf files (increased band-
> width for transmission and more storage costs) and their not being machine
> readable will make .pdf soon obsolete? In the past, .pdf means a pleasant
> presentation and some little convenience for larger documents, but today
> we need hyperlinked information that is quickly transmitted at low cost,
> and is searchable, machine readable, etc. XML (and for format, XSL) pro-
> misses that, and this should be the year in which those technologies begin
> to take off.
I personally would suggest SGML/XML *AND* the resulting output as PDF
for those who don't want to fiddle and have bandwidth.