muddiest point - Maybe this is a little petty, but I don't see the point of having us learn basic HTML tags etc. if we're just going to use a page editing program to make our webpage. Since the code created by a page editing program is so involved that it's pretty illegible for someone with our skillset (or someone with my skillset) I don't quite see the point of introducing the code when we can't use it really.
Introduction to XML
-I'm pretty good at this computer stuff...but this article was over my head. I'm not a programmer so basically all I got out of this was that XML is great for databases.
Survey of XML Standards
-Wow...I had trouble navigating this webpage...let alone understanding the information in it. I do appreciate that he points out that XML is really tough for new users though...
XML Schema Tutorial
-Right off the bat - I don't really understand XML so this document won't be helpful to me. That being said, there are a few real life examples which make me kind of sort of understand what's going on (if you order 5 gross laser printers instead of 5 - your software would catch that was one of them)
Wow. XML = completely over my head.