Since finishing XML: A Primer, I've continued writing about XML and possible implementations and lines of development. I also write brief articles on a regular (almost daily) basis for xmlhack.
I've been writing a few stories for XML.com. The full list of my work there is available, but here are highlights:
As an undergraduate I studied history, which remains my main academic interest. Sooner or later, all of this XML work will lead to some new forms for historical presentations.
Every now and then I make presentations. I'll try to post as many of them here as I can.
Links to this site are welcomed and need no permission. If you would like to reproduce the content of this site on your own server or reprint it for commercial distribution (i.e., you're selling it, not just passing it to your co-worker in the next cubicle), please contact me. I don't hold rights to articles that aren't hosted on this site, like the XML.com and developer.com material - you need to contact those sites directly. Thanks!
Copyright 1998 Simon St.Laurent