Stories

This is where we keep our older stories. As we just started the site, we're putting our existing four in here to, you know, bulk up the page a bit.

Company Celebrates One Gazillionith Query to Web Service

Just days after its public release, Webmorphic announced that their innovative Web Service SOAP2HTML has had one gazillion queries. The service's usage has taken the Web services community by storm, flooding the Webmorphic servers.

   

Acronym Shortage Threatens Web Services Community

Several leading Web services companies have called in trauma counsellors to assuage the fears of skittish architects.

   

.NET Saves Boy Down Well

In the early hours of the morning, .NET, Microsoft's platform for XML Web services, saved a five-year-old boy who fell down a well in Ottumwa, Iowa.

   

Company Buys Award, Updates Web Site

Webmustard.com, aleading Web services broker, purchased an award from WebServicesAwards.com, naming themselves "Best Web Services Company Ever". Webmustard.com updated its Web site and sent out a press release.


 
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