It seems like general SGML support is a way to address the demand for more
structured documents, while page description languages like Postscript are
the way to address demands for full author control of output format.
It seems like, at some point, it would be easier to define extensions to
SGML or Postscript to support embedded web-like networked hyperlinks than
it would be to modify HTML to serve all these needs.
Then we might, in theory, treat them all as different MIME types and run
links from one type of document to another.
--- Albert Lunde Albert-Lunde@nwu.edu