Oct 24, 1996 05:32 AM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <Pine.BSD/.3.91.961024065447.27514Afirstname.lastname@example.org>,
"m.k. ramadoss" <email@example.com> writes
>On Thu, 24 Oct 1996, Bart Lidofsky wrote:
>> extraordinarily complicated, but very thorough. SGML is an up-and-coming
>> method of, among other things, creating free-form databases, and some
>> major library consortiums are looking into using that to replace MARC.
>> If you have designed Web pages, then you already have taken a look at
>> SGML; HTML is an SGML compliant system (or at least was until Netscape
>> shoved their dirty paws into the mix...).
>Thanks for the detailed explanation. But for most of us, they are still
>what are called "Greek" and "Latin"!!!
Suggested theosophical versions of these acronyms:
SGML - Society for the Glorification of Mahatma Lettes
MARC - Mistresses Against Reactionary Correctness
THEOSOPHY INTERNATIONAL: Ancient Wisdom for a New Age:
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