Slashing brambles and sating digital hunger

Abstract

Computing, markup, and knowledge technologies can and should be commoditized through a radical simplification of Internet protocols, XML, and programming languages. Such simplification would open vast new markets to software development and information technology. Consumers would benefit because software and appliances would become cheaper and more reliable. In addition, consumers’ “digital hunger” for relevant and timely information would be more easily satisfied using an increasingly humane information appliance and computing environment. Slashing brambles and sating digital hunger Table of

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