Re: Squaring the HTTP-range-14 circle(About) The web of data will succeed *because* it conflates a thing and a web page about the thing.
Richard Cyganiak: Sigma EE – Reaping low-hanging fruits in RDF-based data integration – I-SEMANTICS(About) Richard Cyganiak had a brilliant talk about how corporate data integration can benefit from RDF-Solutions, because a RDF based data concept can be developed step-by-step in contradiction to a “conservative corporate data integration” which always goes with a general redesign of the whole data-structure of a company. Richard calls this “pay as you go” – and I think this is what the industry looks for.” (from http://blog.semantic-web.at/2010/09/06/the-review-in-a-car/)
ESWC2008 Conference Data(About) This page provides an overview about different access mechanisms to the RDF dataset about the 5th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2008) and explains how the dataset can be used within different Semantic Web applications.
dowhatimean.net » Less code: eRDF templates for RDF-driven web sites(About) Let’s assume you have a web application driven by data from an RDF triple store. You generate HTML pages by querying the triple store and inserting the bits and pieces into an HTML template. Now if you add eRDF or RDFa annotations to the HTML template, in a way that reflects the original RDF data, then by definition the annotations completely specify what data you need to populate the page. And the template itself therefore must be sufficient to extract all the required triples from the store. No coding needed!
dowhatimean.net » [juc] François-Paul Servant – Semanlink(About) It’s a del.icio.us on steroids. The UI is not yet quite streamlined enough for my taste, but it looks usable. It’s technologically simple – Jena memory model, file-based persistence – so it should be hackable. Quite cool.
I’d use it if it had del.icio.us import (or synchronization, preferably).