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  • The W3C’s XML in 10 points is a good introduction to the world of XML, providing a 10 point summary of XML’s basic concepts.
  • The W3C’s XML section will lead you to the XML recommendation, current working drafts, XML media types, and related links and information, including software and book recommendations.
  • Simon St.Laurent’s article for A List Apart, A Child’s Garden of XML, covers XML implementation on the web, concerns, what to look out for, browsers, and related.
  • Robin Cover’s The XML Cover Pages: Extensible Markup Language (XML) is an amazingly thorough informational resource all about XML, with links to many other resources, too.
  • is an entire Web site, sponsored by O’Reilly, devoted to XML. Its goals are to help beginners through advanced users of XML. “A core feature of the site
    is the Annotated XML Specification, created by Tim Bray, co-editor of XML 1.0
    and a contributing editor for” Huge resources here in at least a
    dozen categories, including business, graphics, metadata, mobile, protocols,
    schemas, style, the Web. Also include features, news, events, buyer’s
    guide, new resources, training, FAQs.

The Web Standards Project is a grassroots coalition fighting for standards which ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.

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