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All posts for the month June, 2005

SkipDB – a BerkeleyDB style database implemented with skip lists instead of a b-tree

SkipDB – a BerkeleyDB style database implemented with skip lists instead of a b-tree by Steve Dekorte. Transactional. Small. Fast. and under the revised BSD license.

Sync up with June

Time to sync up with June WWW2005 in Tokyo. Fun with the microformats guys. XTech in Amsterdam rocked as I expected – “best conference evah!“. I missed the XHTML2 and HTML5 session as I was chairing a parallel track. Aaron‘s learnt a hard lesson or two and swapping coasts. Good luck with the startup. SPARQL [...]

Two Towers of Web Semantics

Two Towers by Ora Lassilla points out a paper Semantic Web Architecture: Stack or Two Towers? (PDF) by Horrocks, Parsia, Patel-Schneider and Hendler (not clear where it’s published) that reviews the current semantic web architecture state and argues that there is an emerging clash of two stacks of semantics, one DLP-Datalog, Datalog rules stack incompatible [...]

Transputer, occam and parallel computing archive site

My first USENET post to comp.sys.transputer: Transputer, occam and parallel computing archive site, May 12 1993. I love I how I called it DARPA FTP and look at that funky coloured book address format uk.ac.…