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UDDI

Universal Description, Discovery and Integration. A registry for businesses to list themselves online. UDDI also allows users to access web services. Businesses listed on UDDI are organized by name and contact information, industry or sector, and the specific services offered. UDDI was written in 2000 but was not widely adopted. It was largely abandoned by 2010.
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Another LP filled to the brim with the essence of what makes a memorable night out, and the finest crate-dug gems of 70s/80s disco.
One reason for Disco Hell's unabashed behavior was because they were performing in front of people they didn't know, which made it easier, Peckman said.
All the Disco Organica members write and memorize their own parts, but for guest musicians they chart the music.
Disco was widely derided in its day, perhaps even more than it was admired, and this resentment spawned an active "Disco Sucks" cottage industry of T-shirts and bumper stickers, clubs, and events.
In a nutshell: Madonna's first tour in years is a Vegas-style disco celebration filled with eye-popping imagery, lots of costumes and high-energy dance music.
The stolen disco items include a pounds 700 grey Warrior mixer, a pounds 600 set of Peavey speakers, disco lights valued at pounds 350, microphones, leads, extensions and other equipment.
com, Death Disco stalwart DJ Mingo-Go and the Radio Magnetic Sound System are booked to play disco, hard house and other tunes on December 23.
People have been finding really interesting stuff to give me to listen to; like really old strange disco tracks that make me really happy.
Fans of disco music who are tired of the music being criticized will welcome music writer Peter Shapiro's celebration of disco in TURN THE BEAT AROUND: THE SECRET HISTORY OF DISCO.
She made dancers happy, her shiny, sound-alike Hi-NRG bubblegum hits spat out like candy from Wonka's Disco Factory.