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On today's RDF Core telecon...

posted by AaronSw at 2002-02-26 05:45 (permalink)

AaronSw: The hapless WG members attempt to dial in from France, only to find that they've turned into a busy signal, or a fleet of killer lawnmowers...
AaronSw: Dan Connolly takes control of the situation and shows off what he learned in the army with his unpatented "This is France to Zakim, what number did I say? Over." technique...
AaronSw: A sneak peek at the upcoming Pat Hayes Doll (complete with Model Theory) and Talking Telecon Dan Connolly (with popular phrases like: "Connolly, sorry I'm late."; "But that will destroy everything the Semantic Web Advanced Development Group has done!" and "Show me the testcases!"
AaronSw: Best of all, see Pat Hayes scream "I understand it, what I don't understand is why anyone outside of Dublin would want to do that!"
AaronSw: ... All of this on today's RDF Core telecon. Check your local listings for showtimes and more information.

Roy T. Fielding, Ph.D, Joins Day As Chief Scientist

posted by AaronSw at 2002-02-26 05:34 (permalink)

AaronSw: Day currently uses a "software bus architecture" called ContentBus which they say is "the most innovative foundation for future delivery of content oriented Web Services through support for SOAP and UDDI protocols."
AaronSw: Somehow I don't think he's going to let that last too long in it's current form. ;-)

Chilling Effects: A Cease-and-Desist Notice Clearinghouse

posted by AaronSw at 2002-02-26 04:51 (permalink)

AaronSw: "The website offers background material and explanations of the law for people whose websites deal with topics such as Fan Fiction, Copyright, Domain Names and Trademarks, Anonymous Speech, and Defamation."
AaronSw: via Slashdot. "If you have received a Cease & Desist, we invite you to add it to the database, where law students will analyze the legalese and annotate the C&Ds with Frequently Asked Questions and answers."

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