Tag Archives: semanticweb

SPARQL; useful, but not a game-changer

Not that anyone would ever mistake me for a query language guru, but that’s really part of the problem; I’m not a query language guru, because I’m a Web guru, and to a certain extent those two roles are incompatible. The Web doesn’t do generic query, and it’s a better large scale distributed computing platform… Read More »

Uniform vs. Specific Interfaces

Jon discusses the pros and cons of uniform versus specific interfaces. This really is, as Dan Connolly described, a “fascinating tension”. So Jon’s in good company. 8-) I agree with the gist – that there are pros and cons to each approach – but I disagree with the conclusion. Towards the end of the blog,… Read More »