RE: More on distinguishing information resources from other reso urces

Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
Humans fail Turing Tests consistently.

The test is only interesting if the machine can tell that the resource is an
information resource.  That would be a test of the architecture.

The point being that the definition of an information resource as one for
whom one's HTTP URI returns a 200 in response to a GET is a perfectly
reasonable one. One should not assume that this is *at all* inconsistent
with Mark Baker's assertion that identifies *him*.


Received on Tuesday, 28 June 2005 22:12:42 UTC