Re: SGML, HTML and CS:
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 94 15:18:51 EDT
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Subject: Re: SGML, HTML and CS: 
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Daniel W. Connolly writes:
 > From  Mon Sep 12 00:56:25 1994

 > But I must protest at any form of SGMLS bashing. SGML is a strange
 > beast -- horribly contorted and impenetrably specified. But I learned
 > 90% of what I know using SGMLS and the "try it and see" method. (another
 I did not intend to bash SGMLS, it's the only tool available, and I join you
 in thanking James Clarke for it.
 > 5% was gleaned from patiently reading Erik Naggum's posts and sifting
 > through the noise for the good stuff. The remaining 5% I actually
 > got by reading ISO 8879 itself. I recommend the reading of that document
 > as pennance only for the most heinous of sins.)