WEB OF DREAMS
Tim Berners-Lee brought the Web to the world a decade ago, and we will be forever in his debt. Now he's trying to give us an upgrade he calls the Semantic Web. Just like the first time, people are having trouble getting it. But if we don't try harder to "get it," then we might not get it at all. (...
THE FUTURE OF THE WEB: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIM BERNERS-LEE
In this exclusive interview, Tim Berners-Lee explains what the Semantic Web can do for you, what you can do for the Semantic Web, what challenges lie ahead, and why it all matters
THE WEB AND THE ADVENT OF “SUPERINTEGRATION/CREATION”
Throughout history, new discoveries that have improved how we can learn, share, archive, integrate and/or reacquire information, discoveries and ideas have been followed by the rapid advancement of knowledge. The development of communities on the Web allows all five of these steps to be compressed into one process that might be called "SuperIntegration/Creation" - a process that will ...
TO CONSORTIA TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ANSI HOMELAND SECURITY STANDARDS PANEL
In March, Consortium leaders met with their counterparts from the accredited standards community to discuss the new United States Standards Strategy. Now ANSI is hoping that consortia active in security standard setting will participate in a Homeland Security initiative.
FOR YOUR REFERENCE
Standards tools come in many forms -- including a bewildering (and sometimes ominous) array of reference materials you can order from NIST. So, you want some Plutonium-242 with that Human Lung Powder?