RDFa API Draft Published

The W3C have recently announced that the RDFa API draft has been published. As described in the announcement “RDFa enables authors to publish structured information that is both human- and machine-readable. Concepts that have traditionally been difficult for...

Linked Data for Events: the IWMW Case Study

Linked Data and Events In a post entitled “Getting information about UK HE from Wikipedia” published in July on the Ancient Geek’s blog Martin Poulter commented that “At IWMW 2010, last week, a lot of discussion centred around how, in an...

Geeks, Linked Data and the World Cup

Linked Data and the World Cup A couple of months ago Kingsley Idehen (Founder & CEO of OpenLink Software and an Open Linked Data enthusiast according to his Twitter profile) mentioned on Twitter that he expected to see lots of interesting Linked Data developments...

Sig.ma, Linked Data and New Media Literacy

Consuming Linked Data Tutorial At the Consuming Linked Data tutorial I attended on Monday 25 April 2010 I heard details of a number of Linked Data applications which could be used to process the Linked Web of Data. Of particular interest to me was the sig.ma search...