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  • susan birnbaum fisher 6:48 pm on February 19, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: american library association, Linked Data   

    ALA is offering free access to recordings from the ALA Midwinter Conference sessions. There’s one on Linked Data for Holdings and Cataloging, which might especially be of interest to those of you doing the Linked Data project. Visit http://eventscribe.com/2013/ALA-Midwinter/aaSearchByDay.asp and you’ll find it in the Saturday, January 26 section.

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  • A. Rhonemus 1:07 am on February 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Linked Data,   

    epidemiology in archives
    an article that suggests Microsoft Research is using Linked Data to predict/prevent doom and gloom:
    http://gigaom.com/2013/02/01/how-two-scientists-are-using-the-new-york-times-archives-to-predict-the-future/
    The paper the article is based on:
    http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/horvitz/future_news_wsdm.pdf

     
  • Bree M. 2:22 am on January 27, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Linked Data   

    Here is a link to the short story “The Originist” by Orson Scott Card. http://www.e-reading-lib.org/chapter.php/83039/21/Foundations_Friends.html

    It is based in Isaac Asimov’s universe for you Sci-Fi fans. All the good library and linked data stuff is near the end. Enjoy!

     
  • Carolyn Li-Madeo 3:58 pm on January 22, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: crowdsourcing, , interfaces, Linked Data, userability   

    Hi! I was just curious to see who else was interested in focusing on Linked Data for the group project? I have been working with the Linked Jazz group for the past month and have developed some questions pertaining to the visualization / user interfaces of linked data projects.

     
  • Christina Meninger 7:51 pm on April 25, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , EAC-CPF, Linked Data   

    SNAC: The Social Networks and Archival Context Project 

    Another linked data project. It is called “SNAC: The Social Networks and Archival Context Project”

    It uses Encoded Archival Context – Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families (EAC-CPF) to link relationships among people and related resources or archival collections.

    Description of project
    Description of prototype
    Prototype

     
  • Carly Bogen 1:10 am on April 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Linked Data   

    Collections Trust has posted a directory of all of the UK Public Libraries in Linked Open Data format:

    http://www.collectionslink.org.uk/component/content/article/1278-collections-trust-launches-open-libraries-database

    I can’t wait to see what applications people create using this data. I can imaging it merging with geolocation data, catalog data, and much more…

     
  • brucenyc 3:33 pm on February 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Linked Data, semantic web   

    Folks, this is a link for the Semantic Tech & Business conference June 3-7 in San Francisco. Interesting that a lot of the topics are areas we discussed for digital humanities (big data, linked data, semantic information architecture) but in a business context rather than an academic one. I don’t know anything more about the conference so can’t personally recommend it but here it is:

    http://semtechbizsf2012.semanticweb.com/index.cfm

     
  • Michael Hollitscher 10:58 pm on March 23, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Linked Data, , , standards   

    A good article about the University of Southhampton’s… 

    A good article about the University of Southhampton’s efforts to efforts to lead the way on Linked Data, though I’m always impressed how every good article on Linked Data seems to have at least one proponent talking about how it might never work.

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/22/southampton_linked_data_semantic_web/

     
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