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If you are tracking the emergence of the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), you may want to subscribe to this e-mail news service. Explicit directions are provided below.
Recent articles in the business and computer trade press have reported on SGML developments underway at companies such as Adobe, Frame, Interleaf, Lotus, Microsoft, Novell, Silicon Graphics and WordPerfect.
SGML Newswire periodically delivers bibliographic cites of articles on SGML, late breaking industry news, notices of conferences and expositions and other relevant information about new adoptions and applications of this international document standard.
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