11 Jan 2019

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Balena’s wifi-connect – easy wifi for Raspberry Pis

When you move a Raspberry Pi between wifi networks and you want it to behave like an appliance, one way to set the wifi network easily as a user rather than a developer is to have it create an access point itself that you can connect to with a phone or laptop, enter the wifi information in a browser, and then reconnect to the proper network. Balena have a video explaining the idea . Andrew Nicolaou has written things to do this periodically as part of Radiodan. His most recent suggestion was to try Resin (now Balena)'s wifi-connect . Since ...

11 Jan 2019 5:21pm GMT

Balena’s wifi-connect – easy wifi for Raspberry Pis

When you move a Raspberry Pi between wifi networks and you want it to behave like an appliance, one way to set the wifi network easily as a user rather than a developer is to have it create an access point itself that you can connect to with a phone or laptop, enter the wifi information in a browser, and then reconnect to the proper network. Balena have a video explaining the idea . Andrew Nicolaou has written things to do this periodically as part of Radiodan. His most recent suggestion was to try Resin (now Balena)'s wifi-connect . Since ...

11 Jan 2019 5:21pm GMT

27 Dec 2018

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Creating nanopublications with Groovy

Compound found in Taphrorychus bicolor (doi: 10.1002/JLAC.199619961005 ). Published in Liebigs Annalen , see this post about the history of that journal. Yesterday I struggled some with creating nanopublications with Groovy . My first attempt was an utter failure, but then I discovered Thomas Kuhn 's NanopubCreator and it was downhill from there. There are two good things about this. First, I now have a code base that I can easily repurpose to make trusty nanopublications (doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07443-6_63 ) about anything structured as a table (so can you). Second, I now about almost 1200 CCZero nanopublications that tell you in which ...

27 Dec 2018 6:59am GMT

06 Oct 2011

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ODF 1.2 Approved as Standard: Now with RDFa!

The new version of the Open Document Format, ODF 1.2, has been ratified as a standard. One of the changes to ODF 1.2 is the adoption of RDFa as a way of including metadata. Read more at the ODF technical committee chair's blog.

06 Oct 2011 1:57pm GMT

24 May 2011

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RDFa: The Inside Story from Best Buy

Earlier we reported on Best Buy's successes as a result of using RDFa. Search New Central has now published an interview with Jay Myers, Lead Development Engineer for Best Buy, on the whys and wherefores of implementing RDFa on their site. "We really didn't go into it with any expectations. We just wanted to see [...]

24 May 2011 8:47am GMT

01 May 2011

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Radify – RDFa Annotation Tool

Duncan Grant has created a new tool called Radify as a part of his university studies. It is a bookmarklet for the purposes of annotating a web page with RDFa. The bookmarklet features a triple viewer, edit mode and ability to load/parse new ontologies. You can read more about Duncan and his research on the [...]

01 May 2011 9:00pm GMT