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December 07, 2006

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James Fee

Boy, what a way to wake up. My MySQL install needed "repairs". It looks like it is working now, but my heart skipped a beat because I hadn't backed it up in about a month. Doh!

visnu

is this a non-readable, non-browsable web? kinda like an underlying, xml-like exchange of data and data and more data?

visnu

non-readable = non-human-readable..

Mike

The Data Web you describe sounds a lot like MAYA's Information Commons (http://www.maya.com/infocommons). It's a better approach than the Semantic Web because the latter requires webserver uptime. In addition to distributed, discoverable, and described, data should be fluid and available.

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