One of the standard methods of representing geometric shapes is by using the WKT (Well-Known-Text) standard. This is a human readable standard method of representing geometric shapes that can be used to easily pass spatial data between applications. I know GML or GeoRSS may be a little more applicable since they are based on XML, but WKT can work just fine in some cases.
If you don’t know what WKT is here are a couple links for reference:
Congratulations 2009 Microsoft MVP!
Dear Chris Pietschmann,
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