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  • Exemplary Technologies, later known as Yomu (after the Japanese word for read) was a San Francisco-based start-up with the goal of creating an electronic book distribution system. Early prototypes and mockups of its technology were well-received at conferences such as XML 99 and XTech 2000. However, it never got any substantial funding, and after the arrest of its co-founder and acting CEO, Ben Trafford, on federal stock fraud charges in April 2000, the company reconsidered its position and then closed its doors in late 2000. Exemplary personnel were active in the development of the XLink, XPointer, XSLT, and XSL standards from the World-Wide Web Consortium, and were founding members of the Open eBook industry group.
  • Exemplary Technologies, later known as Yomu (after the Japanese word for read), was a San Francisco-based start-up with the goal of creating an electronic book distribution system. Early prototypes and mockups of its technology were well-received at conferences such as XML 99 and XTech 2000. However, it never got any substantial funding, and after the arrest of its co-founder and acting CEO, Ben Trafford, on federal stock fraud charges in April 2000, the company reconsidered its position and then closed its doors in late 2000. Exemplary personnel were active in the development of the XLink, XPointer, XSLT, and XSL standards from the World-Wide Web Consortium, and were founding members of the Open eBook industry group.
  • Exemplary Technologies, later known as Yomu (after the Japanese word for “read”), was a San Francisco-based start-up with the goal of creating an electronic book distribution system. Early prototypes and mockups of its technology were well-received at conferences such as XML ’99 and XTech 2000. Failing to receive significant funding, it closed its doors in mid-2000. Ben Trafford and Chris Maden were active in the development of the XLink, XPointer, XSLT, and XSL standards from the World-Wide Web Consortium. Ben Trafford and Jon Noring were founding members of the Open eBook industry group.

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