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Robb Beal posted a comment on my entry pointing to Spring. He describes Spring with a lot more precision than I was able to muster (not that it is hard to do, given my tongue-tiedness on the subject :-)):

As Paul Snively so aptly described it, Spring allows you to discover applications of data. It's a zag on conventional wisdom where the apps work with a single type of data and app vendors are choke points on integration. (Power users can define new drag between actions via XML.)

Check out this post to the Signal vs Noise weblog for other reasons:

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