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|PKILaw.com -- A PKI information exchange emphasizing emerging legal issues, to hasten the implementation of Public Key Infrastructure throughout the world. This is a place where PKI novices can learn the basics, and where PKI professionals from diverse disciplines (legal, technical, accounting and business, to name a few) can broaden their horizons by exchanging views.|
|The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding. On this page, you'll find W3C news, links to W3C technologies and ways to get involved. We encourage you to learn more about W3C.|
|XML, the next-generation of HTML, is now
viewed as the standard way information will be exchanged in environments
that do not share common platforms. Special purpose XML languages and
standards are practically announced daily and with several hundred already
adopted since XML 1.0 was released in February 1998.
www.XML.org was formed and introduced in June 1999 by OASIS, the non-profit Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems, to minimize overlap and duplication in XML languages and XML standard initiatives by providing public access to XML information and XML Schemas. Today XML.org has grown into a centralized portal and has emerged as a valuable and leading resource to technologists, developers and businesspeople developing purpose-built XML languages.
|www.xml.coverpages.org hosted by OASIS, managed by XML.org, is widely regarded as the most comprehensive online reference work for XML and its parent, SGML. XML Cover Pages features an extensive reference collection of more than 5,000 documents on the application of markup language standards. Many technologists and business people rely on its content for daily updates on XML resources and industry initiatives.|