[cap-talk] Capability-based Projects - theory vs. practice
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Sat Aug 11 23:50:42 EDT 2007
On 8/11/07, John Carlson <john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> > ...did realize and utilize the ocap nature of FCP. But I'm not sure. I
> > don't remember the name of the company.
> Was it Ubique? I seem to remember some IM software written by
> Ubique...something like if you visited
> the same website as someone else, you could see the other person's picture.
Yes. With your spelling, a bit of web searching reveals
In 1993, Shapiro took leave of absence from his tenured position at
Weizmann to found Ubique Ltd., an Israeli Internet software pioneer.
Building on Concurrent Prolog, Ubique developed "Virtual Places", a
precursor to today's broadly-used Instant Messaging systems. Ubique
was sold to America Online in 1995, and following a management buy out
in 1997 was sold again to IBM in 1998, where it continues to develop
SameTime, IBM's leading Instant Messaging product based on Ubique's
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