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On 17 Dec 2012, at 16:29, Syd Bauman <[log in to unmask]>
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> it doesn't solve the major point that use of <binaryObject> requires
> that the binary object itself (instead of a pointer to it) be placed
> in the TEI encoding. This makes it untenable for most uses, I think.
> E.g., the OGG file for "I Have a Dream" is 10.1 MiB; base-64 encoded
> it is 13.6 MiB. That makes managing your TEI file a big pain.
> Besides, what if you wanted that speech in several different TEI
> files?


XInclude is your friend :-}
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