- Danny on : Everyone has a Graph Store
- Danny Ayers - Google+ - I've knocked together a serializer for Jena to the minimal…
- WorkFlowy - Organize your brain.
- A Role Model of Consciousness
- RDF store for use with node.js?
- Data-Oriented Web Browser
- Sitemaps notes - Danny Ayers : Raw Blog
- httpRange-14 Reflux - Danny Ayers : Raw Blog
you can't squeeze a dog over the wire with HTTP, but that's just a limitation of the protocol
- tagliatelle delicious RDFizer
Takes all your bookmarks from del.icio.us, converts to RDF (using Tag Ontology), pushes into a Talis Platform store
- Nodalities: Google App Engine and the Joy of WebArch
- You Tube - DataPortability and Me (Get Your Data Out!)
- Another RDF Syntax! (URI-embedded RDF)
Let a URI constructed like this: URIbase/ars?s=encodedURIs&p=encodedURIp&o=encodedURIo identify the statement: URIs URIp URIo
- nissaba - paleolitische en neolithische vrouwenbeeldjes
- GRDDL Quick reference card
- Nodalities: GRDDL Specifications (and Quick Reference)
- Using those profiles
As an individual, if I could capture the information that's flowing through my del.icio.us plus Flickr, Bloglines, Google Calendar, Amazon Wishlist even... plus LinkedIn etc - together with my own blog, personal notetaking/wiki/code repository, todo lists, plans etc, and integrate all this in a triplestore, and front it with some kind of Planet/Longwell hybrid (with a little bit of access control), it would be a hugely useful personal knowledge management system.
- Online SPARQL Editor
- The Semantic Web Revisited
highlights the overlaps between folksonomies and ontologies
- Hey LazyWeb! : Live Clipboard and Timeline
- Personal Gnowledge
"one particular thing I believe they've got strongly right" (the notion that the individual user of the system will have their own personal ontology, derived from a handful of base terms.)
The user creates describing properties on the go. If a new property is needed, it is instantly created. There is no strong domain/range typing, if the user wants to use the property in an "unintended" way, the user is always right to do so.
- Jena User Conference - programme up
- Decent outliner still wanted
"Until recently I'd drop little notes into a local Wiki (or this blog), but my Wiki's got to the stage where it needs a lot of gardening, so I've reverted to mostly text notes (Aquamacs emacs). What's lacking is the ability to tag/file these in a useful fashion (to get the benefit of SemWeb tech)."
- Danny Ayers, Raw Blog : » RDF.net : Challenged!
- Danny Ayers, Raw Blog : » Yet Another RSS History