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Re: Shopping baskets (was: Session tracking)

From: Paul Francis <francis@cactus.slab.ntt.jp>
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 95 16:14:23 JST
Message-Id: <9504210714.AA15526@cactus.slab.ntt.jp>
To: burchard@horizon.math.utah.edu, www-talk@www10.w3.org
>  
>  So rather "solving" the problem by adding complicated statefulness  
>  to HTTP (a future nightmare, in my opinion), a better investment  
>  would be to think about how to rectify the Web's primitive model for  
>  linking and navigation of documents -- one of its key strategic  
>  weaknesses.
>  

Please excuse this bit of self-promotion, but the
project a small group of us at NTT are working on
is related to this.  We are looking at ways to
automatically form links (not HTML links per se,
but links none-the-less) for the purpose of efficient
searching and improved browsing.  We hope to have
an alpha-version out for medium-scale experimentation
around September, and will be looking for people to
volunteer computer resources to run servers.

Please see:

http://www.ntt.jp/ntt/soft-labs/ingrid/overview.html

Thanks,

PF
Received on Friday, 21 April 1995 03:14:47 UTC

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