[racket] Liitin screencast tutorial

From: Hugh Myers (hsmyers at gmail.com)
Date: Sat Mar 5 13:29:40 EST 2011

The flaw then and the flaw now in the 'Semantic' web is that without
natural language capability, the necessary tagging for the web to work
its magic is not usable. Given that (a task I urge apon others as I am
immersed in it myself :) ) then this as an addition to both your
offering and virtually every thing else is an obvious plus. As you
point out, even photos come with meta information--- why not all of
the rest. As for poor Ted and Xanadu in my opinion he suffered from
what I call the 'Babbage Syndrome'; brilliant idea but so far ahead of
its time as to no be capable of implementation...


On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 11:22 AM, Jukka Tuominen
<jukka.tuominen at finndesign.fi> wrote:
> Eventhough I've presented the Liitin concept as the replacer of everything
> we know today, I do my best to be realistic at the same time. It is still
> difficult to see how far Liitin concept could be stretched and which part
> would actually prove useful.
> I hope that atleast some would survive. I addition to contribution to
> personal and professional lifes, there is an increasing demand to both
> generate and process data automatically which could also benefit from
> Liitin. I can see the demand and benefits of semantic web, but it is
> difficult for me to see how to make it reliable without something like
> Liitin.
> br, jukka
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Matthias Felleisen [mailto:matthias at ccs.neu.edu]
>> Sent: 05 March 2011 17:55
>> To: Jukka Tuominen
>> Cc: users at racket-lang.org
>> Subject: Re: [racket] Liitin screencast tutorial
>> On Mar 4, 2011, at 6:47 PM, Jukka Tuominen wrote:
>> > Those examples that you mentioned... they ended well, didn't they? :)
>> Yes. One way to survive (perhaps) is to learn from the mistake of
>> others :-)
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