So by now, we have all heard of Web 2.0, right? In case you haven’t, Wiktionary defines it as “The second generation of the World Wide Web, especially the movement away from static web pages to dynamic and shareable content and social networking” http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Web_2.0 For instance, the tools of Web 2.0 include sites like Facebook, MySpace,
http://rhapody2000.free.fr/images I work in the medical software industry, and quite often, people will ask me what is involved with that. In my mind, medical software involves many things, including image scanning, electronic health records, bioinformatics, and much to my surprise artificial intelligence technologies such as “expert systems”! Today, I would like to talk about this
A long time ago, I don’t think people gave push vs. pull systems too much thought when it came to the internet. You searched for information via a search engine, visited web sites and checked your email. Now, however, it seems that we are presented with two overall systems for accessing the information we want.
It’s 11:00 pm, on a Friday night…….so why not write an article about the various uses of XML? You’ve probably heard that term before, and I’m sure you will hear it again. In my mind, it’s a way to make the information displayed on the internet more concise, searchable, and organized. I first became interested