1995 (and the early 90’s) must have been a visionaries time of
dreaming… most of their dreams are happening today.
Watch Steve Jobs (then of NeXT)
discuss what he thinks will be popular in 1996 and beyond at
OpenStep Days 1995:
Heres a spoiler:
The thing that OpenStep propose is:
What Steve was suggesting was one of the beginnings of the
Data Web! Yep, Portable Distributed Objects and Enterprise Objects Framework was one of the
influences of the Semantic Web / Linked Data Web…. not surprising as Tim Berners-Lee designed the initial web
stack on a NeXT computer!
I’m going to spend a little time this evening figuring out how
much ‘distributed objects’ stuff has been taken from the OpenStep
stuff into the Objective-C + Cocoa environment. (<- I guess I
must be quite geeky ;-))
(Via Daniel Lewis.)
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 06/04/2008 21:05 GMT-0500
Modified: 06/06/2008 07:54 GMT-0500
Tags: semanticweb , web30 , lnkeddata , semantic_web
Comment Status: 1
ps. i tried to comment but it couldn't verify http://danbri.org/
... said 'url cant be retrieved'
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.