Saturday, August 16, 2003

Digitization of Life 

Sony DVD Burner is what I need to start recording everything about my life.

On-line Learning 

The National Academies has 2,500 reports that are available on line for free.

Santa Fe Institute 

I remember researching this organization, the Santa Fe Institute, 6 or 7 years ago. I should look it up again. When I heard about it, it was concernced with Chaos, complexity, and complex adaptive systems.

Web Services 

Adam Bosworth's Weblog: Web Services Browser This is an interesting web log entry by BEA's CTO. When the world is full of web services waiting to be used we may find ourselves using something like this to connect directly to a service.

Thursday, August 14, 2003

Web Services Industry Portal 

The Web Services Industry Portal - Grand Central Promotes Loosely-Coupled, But Level Playing Field is about a Web services provider that stands between two companies and make the connection work. In combination with standards activity like that of the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) the possibility of business to business Web services connection gets closer and closer.

Tuesday, August 12, 2003

Semantic Web Services 

Nine by Nine - Home is a site of a research worker, Graham Klyne, in the semantic web area.

Semantic Web Services Interest Group Charter DRAFT 

The W3C has an interest group on this topic. The Semantic Web Services Interest Group Charter DRAFT describes the goals and mission of this group.

Semantic Web Services 

The ICEC2003 conference, Fifth International Conference on Electronic Commerce, has a workshop on this topic in October.

Semantic Web Web Services 

Semantic Web Web Services is a page of resources on the idea of semantic web services.

Semantic Web enabled Web Services (SWWS) 

Semantic Web enabled Web Services (SWWS) look like a site worth further exploration.

Sunday, August 10, 2003

Semantic Web 

The Semantic Web: 1-2-3 is another introduction to RDF with a lot of links to resources, amusing graphics, a nice personal twist to the whole topic.


NewsMonster could be the most advanced RSS news aggregator I've seen. It can get non-rss news, weblogs, and rss news feeds and prepare them for you. It has a feature to run offline with collected news. Gather everything up, unplug and read it all offline. It uses RDF to store knowledge about users. It can be used to buy and sell things.

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