Sim-antic Web

Game Software publisher Maxis, producers of the hit games Sim City and The Sims, have announced what they expect to be their biggest success ever – Sim-antic Web. The game, where users play simulated XML experts, messaging architects and linguistic ontologists in order to build the perfect, or at least most comprehensive, self-aware distributed architecture, is expected to come out in both SOAP and REST editions. The starter set will feature both a Sim Berners-Lee and Sim Bray. RDF not included.


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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the University of Quebec (TELUQ).

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