Today we had an interview date with Markus Mooslechner from ORF (Austrian Broadcasting). The TV-Show “Newton” will discuss next Saturday how social media affects our lives, especially how one can make sure that private data won´t be used improperly, e.g. by certain internet providers. My colleague Tassilo Pellegrini gave some nice examples how some providers … Continue reading
When I first stumbled upon “StumbleUpon” about two years ago or so, I was fascinated by the idea of this application using “collaborative filtering” – the wisdom of the crowd. But after a while more and more friends were using del.icio.us, which wasn´t that brilliant at all to my opinion but simply more often used. … Continue reading
One of the most important class of applications within the semantic web are services which help users to find out “hidden” relationships between resources like people, concepts or documents. I´ve been trying out Google Sets from time to time which was an always impressive application to me. You enter one or more members (eg. persons, … Continue reading
This year´s ESWC hosted the 3rd International Workshop on “Scripting for the Semantic Web” (SFSW 2007). I really enjoyed that event, also because of the very friendly and relaxed atmosphere in that community. Danny Ayers started with a talk called “Two Webs!“. He pointed out the ways to use the “Semantic Web” (again: it´s NOT … Continue reading
together with Leo Sauermann talking about the Semantic Desktop “war mir ein großes Volksfest”. Thanks Leo!
TRIPLE-I The Innovation Conference for Knowledge Management, New Media Technology and Semantic Technologies 5 – 7 September 2007 Graz, Austria http://www.triple-i.info The TRIPLE-I Conference series is a joint venture of the conferences I-KNOW – International Conference on Knowledge Management I-MEDIA – International Conference on New Media Technology I-SEMANTICS – International Conference on … Continue reading
FOAF Files become more and more widespread… Like years ago, when people started to ask “Do have an email?”, now the question comes up “Do you have a FOAF File?”. Well, actually people should ask “Do you have a URI?”, but this discussion seems to be only the next step … Quite interesting is the … Continue reading