Message 1: REBOL Collaboration 2004Date: 12-Sep-2004
From: Steve Shireman <steveefishantsea.com>
Subject: REBOL Collaboration 2004
Editor's note: Apologies for delayed posting of this announcement
REBOL Collaboration 2004
Date: 23-Sep-2004 - 25-Sep-2004
Location: Davis, CA, United States of America
Contact: Steve Shireman
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.efishantsea.com/devcon2004/
Linguistic Sub-Fields(s): Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
REBOL at its heart, is a language which bridges the communications between humans and heterogeneous computers.
REBOL Collaboration 2004 brings together language experts from around the globe who have utilized the REBOL language to create new means of communication.
The key to unlocking the potential of humans facilitated by computers is an NLP (Natural Language Program) which is adaptive and communicates succinctly without extra strange computerese characters which humans find unnatural. A pattern language which expresses relationships in a field of study allows collaboration, research and advancement is a tool which experts have sought. REBOL language implements the computational linguistics which empowers humans and computers to interact more intelligently.
REBOL is its own meta-language, and thus it can be used to build itself into new things easier than other languages, whether computer languages, or human languages. The REBOL language closely models the way the brain interprets neural messages in context.
REBOL Collaboration 2004 Announced
Davis, California conference connects entrepreneurs, educators and technologists.
AUGUST 6, 2004 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
eFishAntSea, Inc. and REBOL Technologies, Inc. proudly announce Collaboration 2004, a conference to be held September 23-25 at the Hallmark Inn in Davis, California. The keynote speaker will be the visionary Carl Sassenrath, designer of the first multitasking microkernel and founder of REBOL Technologies, a leader in X Internet technology. Sassenrath will outline challenges and advantages of an X Internet future before a gathering of entrepreneurs, educators and technologists from around the world.
REBOL Collaboration 2004 addresses themes such as X Business strategies, efficiency in a company, new forms of assessment in education, the effects of real time collaboration in an organization, and the practical problems of X Internet implementation. Real world workflow presentations by eFishAntSea include wireless design teams, education, entrepreneurial startups, aerospace R/D, SCADA, and sales teams.
''REBOL Collaboration 2004 celebrates the amazing interpersonal and interworking connections created by X Internet technology. We've been fortunate to attract experienced world class participants from many countries,'' explains eFishAntSea founder Steve Shireman.
Participants include Baron R.K. Von Wolfsheild, founder of SafeWorlds, Inc. maker of the AltME Messaging Environment, and a leading designer of consumer software for over 25 years; Steve Shireman, of eFishAntSea, Inc., a leader in the commercialization of the X Internet; and Robert M. Muench founder of XPeers.net a leading supplier of X Internet solutions in Germany.
REBOL Technologies is a privately held, venture-funded company founded in 1997 by Carl Sassenrath. REBOL has been downloaded 2.5 million times since 1999. REBOL professional tools and enterprise systems have been purchased by both large and small businesses, including silicon chip fabricators, government institutions, universities, designers, consultants, manufacturers, and real estate offices.
eFishAntSea, Inc. is a privately owned corporation dedicated to improving the eFishAntSea (TM) of computing in the 21st century. Through eFishAnt (TM) collaboration that increases group productivity, eFishAntSea, enables private, public and public-service institutions to meet their objectives, eFishAntly.
Visit the REBOL Collaboration 2004 website at http://www.efishantsea.com/devcon2004 or contact steveefishantsea.com, 816-358-0622
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