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Where Were You When Google Was Born 13 Years Ago Today?

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 17:45

http://gizmodo.com/5844138/where-were-you-when-google-was-born-13-years-...
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Anyone notice the party that is going on at Google's website today? In case you forgot, September 27th is the date Google chose for their birthday. [...]

kickoff "quick&dirty"per gli open government data

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 17:36

http://de.straba.us/2011/09/26/kickoff-quick-dirty-open-government-data/
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Molto spesso mi si chiede una strategia per cominciare ad avviare (= kick-off) un processo di interesse da parte della p.a. verso gli open data.

schema.org adopts IPTC's rNews for news markup

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 17:32

http://iptc.org/site/Home/Media_Releases/schema.org_adopts_IPTC%27s_rNew...
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schema.org has added support for rNews, a standard for embedding news publishing metadata into web pages developed by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC). With this addition, online publishers can now implement IPTC rNews using an approach supported by the Google, Bing and Yahoo! search engines. Moreover, current implementers of schema.org markup now have access to a powerful new set of news- and publishing-specific properties.

http://blog.slideshare.net/2011/09/27/slideshare-html5/

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Since the time since we launched, SlideShare has been using Flash to display your slides. When we first built SlideShare, it was impossible to build something like SlideShare without Flash. But the web has finally caught up!

Semantic Web Languages

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 11:41

Una presentazione dall'Università di Amsterdam sui linguaggi del Semantic Web: RDF, RDFS, SKOS, SPARQL

http://www.slideshare.net/rinkehoekstra/siks-2011-semantic-web-languages

 

http://www.thefigtrees.net/lee/blog/2011/09/saving_months_not_millisecon...
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The bottom line is this: The Semantic Web lets you do things fast. And because you can do things fast, you can do lots more things than you could before. [...]

FuturICT

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 11:33

http://www.futurict.eu/
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Today, we know more about the universe than about our society. It's time to use the power of information to explore social and economic life on Earth and discover options for a sustainable future. Together, we can manage the challenges of the 21st century, combining the best of all knowledge.

The FuturICT Knowledge Accelerator is a previously unseen multidisciplinary international scientific endeavour with focus on techno-socio-economic-environmental systems. [...]

Il talk di Martin Hepp al SemTech di Londra:

http://vimeo.com/29600112

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In this talk, I will illustrate how adding structured data in Web content is a key component of any future marketing strategy for specific products, and illustrate the roles of schema.org, GoodRelations, RDFa, and Microdata for future Web architectures.

This is a recording of my keynote at the London Semantic Tech & Business Conference on September 26, 2011

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It's the end of the web as we know it

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 11:26

http://adrianshort.co.uk/2011/09/25/its-the-end-of-the-web-as-we-know-it/
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The conclusion here should be obvious: if you really care about your site you need to run it on your own domain. You need to own your URLs. You’ll have total control and no-one can take it away from you. You don’t need anyone else. If you put the effort in up front it’ll pay off in the long run.

But it’s no longer that simple. [...]

CheckFacebook.com

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2011/09/27 - 11:19

http://www.checkfacebook.com/
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CheckFacebook.com is not affiliated with Facebook. Each day, CheckFacebook.com tracks data reported from Facebook's advertising tool to help marketers and researchers understand how Facebook is spreading across the globe.
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