Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
scriptingNews outline for 7/5/99
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 7/5/1999; 5:46:15 AM Topic: scriptingNews outline for 7/5/99 Msg #: 8188 Prev/Next: 8187 / 8189
PC Mag on XML-RPC: "The Web, which was built on HTML, is being rebuilt on XML; and a new XML protocol called XML-RPC.. designed to let developers write automated routines making use of XML--is gaining momentum as well."
1/29/99: "I was surprised, my impression was that Microsoft moves in lockstep, that they execute quickly, but I found that this is not true. They interfere with each other, second-guessing and FUDing, internally, much more than they do with the outside world. As someone outside Microsoft I was much more empowered to move quickly than any of my collaborators at Microsoft."
InfoWorld.Com's archives work again, here's a pointer to a story about Microsoft and XML-RPC from July 1998, but as Lawrence Lee points out, the story is horribly formatted. "It's impossible to imagine anyone that would be able to get past a few sentences without getting an immense knot in their brain." Thanks to Lawrence for staying on top of this. Lots of good stuff in InfoWorld's archives.
Let's say your sweetie cooks a really great meal for you...
Part 2 of the eating tutorial.
Here's another domain I wish I had grabbed.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: PC Mag on "XML RPC", Mark J. Gardner, 7/6/1999; 3:04:20 PM
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