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You Didn’t Build That Either: Information as Infrastructure

by Darin Stewart  |  September 26, 2012

A few weeks ago, Barack Obama delivered a campaign speech in Roanoke, Va. in which he handed his political opponents sound bite gold. “If you've got a business—you didn't build...

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Google’s Knowledge Graph: Yeah, that’s the Semantic Web (sort of)

by Darin Stewart  |  May 17, 2012

Google is about to get a whole lot more useful. Yesterday, the search titan announced the "Knowledge Graph" a functional enhancement that attempts to provide actual information about the subject...

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Leveraging Expertise Beyond The Enterprise

by Darin Stewart  |  May 8, 2012

I recently received an invitation to attend the VIVO Implementation Fest being held this month in Boulder Colorado. VIVO is an open source, expertise discovery platform for the semantic web....

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Schema.org: Webmaster One-Stop or Linked Data Land Grab?

by Darin Stewart  |  June 4, 2011

Yesterday, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! jointly announced schema.org, a new service intended to “create and support a common vocabulary for structured data markup on web pages.”  The idea is to...

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When does “Semantic” really mean Semantic?

by Darin Stewart  |  March 11, 2011

It is a great irony of the Semantic Web, which is predicated on the notion of  explicit and unambiguous meaning, that no one can quite agree on what we mean...

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