Can a lone writer make use of XML? Sarah O’Keefe tackled that question in her December Intercom article, “XML & Lone Writers: Can They Go Together?” She discussed the potential value of XML to a small group and outlined a roadmap of how to evaluate, justify, and proceed. Her article is available to read (or re-read) online at the Intercom site. Don’t forget that you must be logged in to view the PDFs. Sarah has stepped forward as our next author in the Intercom Q&A to answer questions from readers. Do you have a question from the article, such as how to evaluate your need for XML? How to best pitch it to your supervisor? A process to follow for implementation? Now’s your chance to ask! Here’s how it works: Email me your questions for Sarah by Monday morning, 1 February. [Ed note: Geez, is it almost February already??] I’ll forward them to her and she’ll send me her answers, which I’ll post Wednesday afternoon, 3 February. We’ll have a new Q&A on another Intercom article every other Wednesday. So if you have any questions send them my way or post them in the comments below, and we’ll present the responses next week!
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