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May 24, 2011
George Oates, the lead from the Open Library, discusses the complexities of biographic data and the possibility for a minimum viable record.
May 24, 2011
George Oates, the lead from the Open Library, discusses the complexities of biographic data and the possibility for a minimum viable record.By James Turner
November 21, 2010
Actually, all the OS X releases so far have come from subfamily Patherinae (yes, lions are panthers, evidently). There's only two members of the subfamily left after Lion, from genus Neofelis, and they're both mouthfuls. Maybe Apple will move outside the subfamily, Cougar sounds pretty cool...By George Reese
March 24, 2010
We're at an immature stage in the development of cloud computing. Today, the cloud represents the exception to way organizations manage technology. As the decade progresses, cloud computing will mature and evolve into the core of all IT systems along the path described in these five levels of cloud computing.By Andy Oram
January 7, 2010
Pew Research conducts a "future of the Internet" survey every few years in which they throw outrageously open-ended and provocative questions at a chosen collection of observers in the areas of technology and society.By Andy Oram
September 21, 2009
The Sunlight Foundation wants to redesign the FCC web site, but experts in taxonomy recommend a more deliberate strategy.By Kurt Cagle
January 6, 2009
Within the realm of computational semantics, there is still a fairly broad disconnect between triple pair semantics, the use of RDF (or turtle notation) to create atomic assertions, and the realm of semantics as reflected on the web. I...
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