Curtis Maloney writes:

> > Is it possible to simulate this sort of environment in an XML client?
> >
> Hmm... what sort of XML client did you have in mind?  I may be wrong, but I 
> suspect you may have made a similar mistake to most people who encounter XML. 
>  XML is not a whole data format, in much the same way as TCP is not a whole 
> protocol.
> HTTP is a protocol that uses TCP, just as XHTML and DocBook are data formats 
> that use XML.  XML allows any XML compliant parser to PARSE the contents, but 
> not neccesarily COMPREHEND it.
> So, a custom XML client could be built which would understand whatever I sent 
> it, and display the desktop accordingly.  However, an 'off the shelf' XML 
> 'client'... who could say.

I meant a custom client.  Like the Jabber situation

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