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XML Tourist John E. Simpson, the long-time author of the XML Q&A column, takes us on a monthly tour of the XML application landscape.
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Analyzing the Web By John E. Simpson
In his latest XML Tourist column John E. Simpson asks whether XML has a role to play in reporting website traffic statistics. He finds two applications that use XML to analyze website traffic. [Jul. 27, 2005]

Padded Downloads By John E. Simpson
John E. Simpson's XML Tourist column returns this month with a look at an XML format with roots that stretch back to the hallowed days of BBSes. [Jun. 29, 2005]

Canadian Broadcasting in XML By John E. Simpson
In this month's XML Tourist, John E. Simpson explores industry regulators' use of XML to exchange information about the Canadian broadcast spectrum. [May. 25, 2005]

Not Quite Restful By John E. Simpson
In his latest XML Tourist column, John E. Simpson explores some web services that aren't fully RESTful, including Google Maps. [Apr. 27, 2005]

Directory Trees to Document Trees By John E. Simpson
In this month's XML Tourist, John E. Simpsons discusses TreeSpace, a hard disk space analysis tool that uses XML to represent data portably. [Mar. 30, 2005]

The Silent Soundtrack By John E. Simpson
In this installation of XML Tourist, John E. Simpson presents an overview of the types of sound-to-text captioning available. Pinpointing closed captioning as the most suitable for use with computerized multimedia, he then explains how XML-based solutions address synchronization issues. [Feb. 2, 2005]

Mapping and Markup, Part 2 By John E. Simpson
In the final part of his XML Tourist column's exploration of GML, John E. Simpson introduces us to the component schema parts as well as to some GML software. [Dec. 29, 2004]

Mapping and Markup, Part 1 By John E. Simpson
In John E. Simpson's XML Tourist column, he introduces GML, the Geography Markup Language. [Nov. 24, 2004]

The Dance of Markup By John E. Simpson
In his latest XML Tourist column, John E. Simpson visits a little-known XML vocabulary for representing reels -- that is, country folk dances. [Oct. 27, 2004]

Rainy Day XML By John E. Simpson
In John E. Simpson's latest XML Tourist column he explains how to use XML to survive yet another Florida hurricane. [Sep. 29, 2004]

Checkmate XML By John E. Simpson
In John E. Simpson's first XML Tourist column, he leads us on a tour of the world of XML-based chess applications.  [Aug. 25, 2004]