They defend freedom in the digital world! If that isn’t enough to make them worth paying a visit, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has archives of information covering issues such as intellectual property, copyrights, patents, and Internet governance.
Archive for June, 2004
Good design smoothly handles all situations, and good planning considers them! Not only can you create indexes and directories that are not owned by corporations – you can even join your own grassroot urban wireless network:
The man who invented the WWW wants to give it a boost by making it easier for machines to understand what’s what. The ‘semantic web’ is a mark-up language that builds on XML to enable machines to identify and ‘understand’ relationships between web-based data and resources..
The idea has been in development for many years – it isn’t exactly news – and it hurts my head, but it merits a look.
Following are four links that may help explain the concept of the ‘semantic web’: