WWW2003, logged and blogged at http://www2003.xmlhack.com/ - Budapest, Hungary - May 20-24 - First day of main conference - Keynotes
DanC: presented by Paul Cotton
mattb: He thought meta data was fairly useless. Users don't enter it. He thought the semantic web project would fail. He said users around the globe will not work to enter descriptive data of any kind when there is no user benefit.
DanC: by Richard Dawkins
edd: Jim Hendler's slide
DanC: libby's not proud of it, but I convinced her to share it
sandro: slides for Descriptive Logic Programming to appear
danbri: (just finished)
danbri: I've not checked out the room etc yet (Brahms) or found BOF signup sheets.
mattb: musical opening keynote
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