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Montag, 22. März 2004 link aYago

Peter Van Roy and Seif Haridi's Book "Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming" is finally available from MIT Press as well as most of the typical other outlets. Van Roy's book website provides a good overview to help with reading/buying decisions :)

"Here’s how I see news travel, I think it’s a pretty self-explanatory graphic, plus I’m too lazy to do a proper write up."

"[..] it's the raison d'etre for all vocabularies. Without these vocabularies, incomplete and imperfect as they are, we would be mute in the machine readable web, unable to express ourselves in any meaningful way."

mod-gjc nun auch mit homepage und kontinuierlichem fortschritt. vielleicht ergibt sich in den naechsten tagen auch die moeglichkeit damit zu experimentieren. mal sehen.

Miguel de Icaza: "The botttom line is: no technology today gives you transparent portability." - and I doubt - given our heterogenous OS tradition - that one day some technology will

gpoul 5914 days ago:
You're not suggesting that you get the most filtered content through offline media, are you? - I always thought that's a feature of blogs... and btw: Why are cable networks "offline" in any way?

At least after this one statement you can't really think Miguel is sane. btw: You didn't provide a link... is esa offline media? :)

earl 5913 days ago:
No, I'm not suggesting that. I don't even necessarily agree with Steven VanDyke's thoughts as expressed in the linked graphic. I just deemed it interesting enough to present it to you, dear readers :)

Regarding de Icaza's statement I must confess that I lost at least one important piece in my quote: Miguel is talking about (non-web) GUI portability. And as you may infer from my brief comment (in italics), I tend to agree with Miguel on this one.

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