RE: More on distinguishing information resources from other resources


> I think it's plain that Mark is not an information resource, 
> so there's something of a contradiction, or at least a potential
contradiction, here.

I expect that if we outfitted Mark with a heads up display and keyboard that
allowed him to view HTTP GET requests to that he
would be perfectly capable as acting as a standards compliant, if not a tad
slow, HTTP 1.1 server. In that case he *would* in fact be an information
resource, no? ***


*** I am framing a sort of Turing test for information resources :-))

Received on Tuesday, 28 June 2005 21:53:09 UTC