is the founder of UserLand Software. Dave is co-developer of Frontier, Manila and Radio
UserLand. He has pioneered several Internet standards in distributed computing,
including SOAP, XML-RPC, RSS and OPML.
He is the editor of the pioneering Scripting
News weblog. Dave is currently a fellow at the Berkman Center for the Internet & Society
at Harvard Law School.
A software industry veteran, Winer also produced award-winning commercial software
products at Living Videotext which merged with Symantec in 1987. He was a contributing
editor at Wired in the mid-90s and in 1997 and was chosen as a Seybold Fellow
for his pioneering work in Web-based publishing systems.
In 2001 he was honored with the top award by Wired Magazine for his work on SOAP.
reading on Edge:
Lover" — Dave Winer, Chapter 32 in Digerati: Encounters
with the Cyber Elite