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· Naughties
· · 2003
· · · June
· · · · 13 (2 entries)

Antibiotic Days · James Herriot’s Yorkshire-vet sto­ries in­clude at least one about the ear­ly days of an­tibi­otic­s, when the pathogens had no re­sis­tance and they rou­tine­ly got mir­a­cle cures. This is a war sto­ry about when the Web was like a newly-arrived an­tibi­otic; It’s here for nostalgia’s sake, be­cause it’s kind of amus­ing, and because—something that means a lot to me—we achieved a good re­sult by ap­ply­ing just a lit­tle tech­nol­o­gy in just the right place ...
 
Semantic Web: Gripes and A Way Forward · I got a re­al­ly ex­cel­lent let­ter from Mark But­ler of HP, pro­voked by my RDF.net Chal­lenge and the en­su­ing con­ver­sa­tion. A point­er to his thoughts and one sug­gest­ed way for­ward for the S.W ...
 
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