This post was prompted by this tweet from Tim O’Reilly… People learning about Linked Data frequently ask “what’s the relationship between Linked Data and the Semantic Web?”, which is a fair and good question. One of the responses that crops up relatively frequently is that Linked Data is just an attempt to rebrand the Semantic [...]
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Last summer I registered the domain name rawdatanow.com. I was at Linked Data Planet in New York, listening to TimBL give his keynote, and was struck by his rallying cry for RAW DATA NOW!! The idea made perfect sense: concentrate on getting your data out (soundtrack by danja), and worry about the shiny interface later; [...]
It’s been a quiet month, blog-wise, mainly due to MyOpera being inaccessible from behind the “Great Firewall of China“. Not sure what content on here is worth screening out (except perhaps on quality grounds , but anyway…I was in China for WWW2008 initially, and then two weeks of holiday, giving me a chance to see [...]
A little while back I wrote briefly about first impressions of Twine. Now that the recent flurry of Twine-related analysis has died down, and a few more people have had the chance to actually use the system, it’s probably a good time to look at what Twine has to offer from a Semantic Web point [...]
The Talking with Talis series reaches new heights today, with the addition of a podcast discussion with Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web. Yes, the inventor of the Web. OK, so probably everyone reading this blog knows that Tim invented the Web, but sometimes I have to stop and get a reality check. Once [...]