Some of the stuff gets lost over the years. One web site I worked for transfered ownership, and the Web server actually fell off the back of the truck during migration.
Anyway, found this old story the other day about XML. It is from April 1999, and pretty suprisingly on target in a lot of ways as to what XML turned into. This story includes part of an interview I did via E-mail with Web Inventer Tim Berners Lee. I saved the email. It's around the house somewhere. A giggy kid I still is.
As a journalist, I wish I could have picked up on RSS earlier...it seems to me like the killer app for XML..at least for content folks.
http://xml.coverpages.org/adtMag-xml990510.html XML:The last silver bullet -ADT
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