Norm continues the slagging of the XML serialization of RDF, RDF/XML. So, since somebody’s gotta do it, I’ll put my neck on the line by saying that I really don’t have any big problems with RDF/XML. For me, RDF/XML works because it makes the simple things simple. Consider the following document; <Person xmlns=”http://example.org/foofoo/”> <name>Mark Smith</name>… Read More »
Wow, what’s the record for most minority opinions on one W3C TR? Three were submitted today. (link) [Mark Baker’s Bookmarks]
I got a couple of comments on the diagram, so patched it up.
Jim Webber posted a picture in an earlier blog entry that I’ve tweaked to reflect my views of large scale software architectural evolution (or lack thereof 8-) over the the past 10 or so years. The differences with Jim’s can be explained thusly; Though REST wasn’t published until 2000, the major architectural work behind the… Read More »
Interesting report which includes some of their ideas on PVR UI design (link) [Mark Baker’s Bookmarks]
My deep thought for the day … Evolvability is a special case of integrability, where one integrates over time rather than space.
Whither WHAT? (link) [Mark Baker’s Bookmarks]
Via Jim McGee, a quote from an idol of mine, David Gelernter; Beauty is more important in computing than anywhere else in technology because software is so complicated. Beauty is the ultimate defence against complexity. Amen.
That’s the ticket. (link) [Mark Baker’s Bookmarks]
Which reminds me, I still have some invites left if anybody wants one. (link) [Mark Baker’s Bookmarks]