27 Jan 2015
Thinking about the purpose of prototypes: Make new and upcoming technologies and standards tangible enough to help people think through the consequences of them. Technology is moving fast, but it is also unevenly distributed, and the consequences - good and bad - of emerging technologies may only become apparent as they move into the mainstream. By making these consequences tangible early we can choose between possible futures. Links
27 Jan 2015 8:14pm GMT
This is my view only, and there's a certain amount of thinking out loud / lack of checking / potentially high bullshit level. Yesterday I was asked to comment on a Radiodan doc and this popped out:
27 Jan 2015 11:59am GMT
25 Jan 2015
I made one of these a few months ago - they're super simple - but Chris Lynas asked me about it, so I thought I should write it up quickly. It's an internet radio that turns itself on for
25 Jan 2015 2:29pm GMT
23 Jan 2015
A round up of recent industry news on the topics of Big Data and Enterprise Data Management
23 Jan 2015 3:00pm GMT
When Radiodan can't access the web, it throws up an access point (AP) created by the Pi: you connect directly to that and it displays the available wifi points in a webpage as a captive portal, and asks you to add the password for the one you want. It's not easy to get credentials for wifi to objects with no user interface, and this is the best one we've found so far (
23 Jan 2015 9:37am GMT
20 Jan 2015
Driving business value from your data often requires integration across many sources. These integration projects can be time consuming, expensive and difficult to manage. Any short cuts can compromise on quality and reuse. In many industries, non-compliance with data governance rules can put you firm's reputation at risk and expose you to large fines. Traditional data integration methods require point to point mapping of source and target systems. This effort typically requires a team of both business SMEs and technology professionals. These mappings are time consuming to create and code and errors in the ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) process ...
20 Jan 2015 8:47pm GMT
Hello Community! We are very pleased to announce that two of our papers were accepted for presentation at WWW 2015 . The papers cover novel approaches for Key Discovery while Linking Ontologies and a benchmark framework for entity annotation systems. In more detail, we will present the following papers: ROCKER - A Refinement Operator for Key Discovery (Tommaso Soru, Edgard Marx, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo) GERBIL - General Entity Annotation Benchmark Framework (Ricardo Usbeck, Michael Röder, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga-Ngomo, Ciro Baron, Andreas Both, Martin Brümmer, Diego Ceccarelli, Marco Cornolti, Didier Cherix, Bernd Eickmann, Paolo Ferragina, Christiane Lemke, Andrea Moro, Roberto Navigli, Francesco ...
20 Jan 2015 3:09pm GMT
Retrieve data from a SPARQL endpoint, graph it and more, then automate it.
20 Jan 2015 1:32pm GMT
15 Jan 2015
Happy New Year !!
15 Jan 2015 7:03pm GMT
Today Sergio Fernández and John Pereira have attended the Vienna Semantic Web Meetup to present Redlink, The Data Linking API to the very active Viennese community. At the meetup page you can find more photos .
15 Jan 2015 2:50pm GMT
14 Jan 2015
Tweet The theme of the 2015 Ontology Summit is Internet of Things: Toward Smart Networked Systems and Societies . The Ontology Summit is an annual series of events (first started by Ontolog and NIST in 2006) that involve the ontology community and communities related to each year's theme. The 2015 Summit will hold a virtual discourse over the next three months via mailing lists and online panel sessions augmented conference calls. The Summit will culminate in a two-day face-to-face workshop on 13-14 April 2015 in Arlington, VA. The Summit's goal is to explore how ontologies can play a significant role ...
14 Jan 2015 6:17pm GMT
13 Jan 2015
Or, R for RDF people.
13 Jan 2015 1:26pm GMT
12 Jan 2015
2015-01-12, DCMI is very pleased to announce that the Shanghai Library ( http://www.library.sh.cn ) has joined DCMI as an Institutional Member . The Shanghai Library is the second largest library in China--second only to the National Library. The Shanghai Library was founded in 1952. In October 1995, the Shanghai Library and the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of Shanghai merged to become a comprehensive research public library and center for industrial information. It is also the branch of the National Cultural Information Resource Sharing Project in Shanghai, the main library of the Shanghai Central Library System, Shanghai Ancient Books ...
12 Jan 2015 11:59pm GMT
2015-01-12, DCMI and the host of DC-2015, Universidade Estadual Paulista--Sáo Paulo State University (UNESP), are pleased to announce the publication of the Call for Participation at http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2015/cfp and the opening of the DC-2015 website at http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2015 . DC-2015 will take place in Sáo Paulo, Brazil on 1-5 September 2015. Just as DCMI celebrates it's 20th anniversary this year, it also celebrates the first time it's Annual Meeting and International Conference have been located in South America. Watch the conference website at http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2015 for updates as DCMI and UNESP develop an exciting program around the conference theme of "Metadata and Ubiquitous ...
12 Jan 2015 11:59pm GMT
Structured Dynamics is happy to announce the immediate availability of the Open Semantic Framework version 3.2. This is the second important OSF release in a month and a half. This new major release of OSF changes the way the web services communicate with the triple store. Originally, OSF web services were using a ODBC channel to communicate with the triple store (Virtuoso). This new release uses the SPARQL HTTP endpoints of the triple store to send queries to it. This is the only changes that occurs in this new version, but as you will see bellow, this is a major ...
12 Jan 2015 6:15pm GMT
11 Jan 2015
The 2014 Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in the wet city of San Francisco has not yet faded from memory. Unfortunately, it may be remembered for the "year of the RFID mess" over the great science progress. However, let's start with the positive. Rensselaer's Tetherless World was well represented - see what we did at http://tw.rpi.edu/web/event/AGU/FM/2014/Participation = Patrick, Stephan, Marshall, Evan and Paulo (representing others including Linyun and Han) in talks, posters covering both research and project progress, and the academic booth (go RPI!). This year, we presented in Informatics (IN) and Education (ED) sessions with talks and many posters. ...
11 Jan 2015 12:04am GMT