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The XML world is trying to reinvent Lisp. The RDF world is trying to reinvent Prolog.
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"The Link is Mine" (says [create Bob Bemer]). Or at least The Slash. Die Wired-Story und die Thematik an sich sind an mildly unterhaltsamer Absurdidät kaum zu überbieten ...Wooha! Six Degrees-Background-Informationen senza fine, zum Grossteil allerdings als .TIF(!). Und hoffentlich bedient sich das Produkt etwas spektakulärer als es aussieht (David Ness: "So far everything I have seen from them, including their Screen Shots, looks quite remarkably unremarkable." — in comments-2002-02-14) — aber vielleicht trifft der Vergleich mit Google ja tatsächlich. Denn spektakulär aussehen tut Google wohl auch nicht wirklich.Mark Bernstein: "Wiki, like Tinderbox, lends itself to complex structure -- to expressing ideas as relationships between pages. Conventional weblogs, on the other hand, are long scrolls. The interesting parts of a Wiki are usually the margins, the edges where active writing takes place. The interesting parts of a weblog are the most recent entries. Seitz (like Abbe) is working to reconcile these forces.

"One of the most important things Tinderbox can contribute to a weblog is memory: a way of conserving facts and ideas do they can be used again. Weblog archives aren't very good at this; who cares about old news? Even weblog categories don't help much: categories shift over time, but once a post is assigned a category it's likely to stay there forever. Tinderbox, by making it easy to organize archives automatically (and to adjust those categories by adding agents) opens up new opportunities. I think it's a new way of looking at information architecture: organized, organic growth, not classification.""Ho Hum. Just another day on the river."www.devx.com/upload/free/features/xml/2002/02feb02/et0202/et0202.asp"Most journalists would probably read the lead [...] and recognize it as a reasonable account of the events that transpired in the Afghan prison uprising. Some readers might wonder about the missing byline: who wrote this lead? The answer would certainly surprise most journalists and other readers, except maybe experts in artificial intelligence."

www.cs.columbia.edu/nlp/newsblaster/ [ Ø MOTZ • ]The Office Suite Wars, by Robert W. Warfield.Diverse Fundstücke aus den unendlichen Weiten, die sich lcom-1 zu nennen pfleg(t)en:

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