the blog/wiki/website/homepage/internetpräsenz of Stefan Rinner
1.) Project Xanadu, a 1960s hypertext vision and the industry's most delayed vapourware, is putting some of its code on the Web as open source with an X11 licence. ted nelson
, Xanadu's guiding light, invented the terms hypertext and hypermedia in 1963 but failed to develop a working system incorporating it. Despite this, he and his ideas have had a seminal influence on the invention of Lotus Notes (Ozzie Clark acknowledged inspiration from Nelson), and indirectly on HTML and the Web. It is probably best to consider Nelson's xanological structure to be just an abstract idea, rather like the Turing machine. He was trying to develop a universal knowledge system with much greater elegance, structure and stability than the Web.
- manchmal auch "largest vaporware project in the history of computing" genannt
2.) ein ort
According to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, where Kubla Khan decreed a stately pleasure dome, where Alph, the sacred river ran through caverns measureless to man down to a sunless sea. - http://www.everything2.co…