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The Self-Describing Web
This finding describes how document formats, markup conventions, attribute values, and other data formats can be designed to facilitate the deployment of self-describing, Web-grounded Web content.
SemanticWeb  web  microformats  RDFa  Me/ToRead  W3C  grddl 
february 2009 by ldodds
The Life Sciences Semantic Web is Full of Creeps! -- Good and Wilkinson 7 (3): 275 -- Briefings in Bioinformatics
We suggest that, at this point, the primary hindrances to the creation of the SWLS may be social rather than technological in nature, and that, like the original Web, the establishment of the SWLS will depend primarily on the will and participation of its consumers.
Me/ToRead  semanticweb  bioinformatics 
october 2008 by ldodds
Proceedings of Extreme Markup Languages®
This paper provides an illustrated answer to the question "How can I start creating RDF right now for my real-life problem?" The work is based on lessons learned during a real-life project to capture enterprise architecture (EA) system modeling informatio
RDF  RDF/Advocacy  Me/ToRead 
july 2008 by ldodds
1332.0.55.002 - Statistical Language!, 2008
An educational resource designed to improve the reader’s understanding of some fundamental statistical concepts
statistics  data  government  Me/ToRead 
july 2008 by ldodds
Toward an ecology of hypertext annotation (PDF)
This paper first characterizes annotation according to a set of dimensions to situate a long-term study of a community of annotators. Then, using the results of the study, the paper explores the implications of annotative practice for hypertext concepts a
annotation  hypertext  Me/ToRead  filetype:pdf  media:document 
june 2008 by ldodds
Genome Biology | Full text | Calling on a million minds for community annotation in WikiProteins
WikiProteins enables community annotation in a Wiki-based system. Extracts of major data sources have been fused into an editable environment that links out to the original sources. Data from community edits create automatic copies of the original data. S
biology  annotation  science2.0  SemanticWeb  Web2.0  wiki  datamining  Me/ToRead 
june 2008 by ldodds
Dave Gray » Q-tools: An approach for discovery and knowledge work
A set of standard questions that can be applied consistently to different situations might form the basis of a standard toolkit for information discovery and design
Design  IA  Me/ToRead 
june 2008 by ldodds
Demystifying RESTful Data Coupling
Yet, that's based on the invalid assumption that the data exchanged in a REST system is just like the data exchanged in systems such as Web services and Corba, which require interface specialization.
architecture  REST  Web  Me/ToRead 
may 2008 by ldodds
Automating a Highly Expressive Knowledge Space: Dual Representation
Methodology for building and maintaining a highly flexible CMS around a centralized vocabulary. Incorporates a formal semantics for hierarchical document composition plus a framework for modelling terms to allow semi-automated use of native XML and RDF
RDF  OWL  CMS  XML  me/toread 
july 2007 by ldodds
Visualization Lab | Voyagers and Voyeurs: Supporting Asynchronous Collaborative Information Visualization
This paper describes mechanisms for asynchronous collaboration in the context of information visualization, recasting visualizations as not just analytic tools, but social spaces.
visualization  statistics  SocialSoftware  Me/ToRead 
june 2007 by ldodds
JoSS: Journal of Social StructureVisualizing the Signatures of Social Roles in Online Discussion Groups
Social roles in online discussion forums can be described by patterned characteristics of communication between network members which we conceive of as ‘structural signatures.'
SocialSoftware  visualization  Me/ToRead 
june 2007 by ldodds
- FoafReview
investigates feasibility of using FOAF for DC agent descriptions
DublinCore  FOAF  Me/ToRead 
june 2007 by ldodds
BioMed Central | Full text | Advancing translational research with the Semantic Web
present[s] a scenario that shows the value of the information environment the Semantic Web can support for aiding neuroscience researchers. We then report on several projects by members of the HCLSIG, in the process illustrating the range of Semantic Web
SemanticWeb  RDF/Advocacy  bioinformatics  Me/ToRead 
may 2007 by ldodds
Investing in Digital - 5/15/2007 - Library Journal
As electronic spending rises, ERAMS, ERM, and URM systems step in to help with acquisitions and reporting
Me/ToRead  library2.0  ingenta 
may 2007 by ldodds
Ajax and REST, Part 1
By achieving harmony with REST, Ajax architecture lets immersive Web applications eliminate these negative effects and enjoy REST's desirable properties.
Ajax  REST  Me/ToRead 
october 2006 by ldodds
Best Practices for Designing Web Services in the Library Context
...one would expect they'd be the same best practices as outside the library context! Quick skim of the TOC looks like some good advice in there.
WebServices  Libraries  Me/ToRead  filetype:pdf  media:document 
september 2006 by ldodds
Access Level Record for Serials Working Group: Final Report
The Access Level Record for Serials Working Group was formed to develop a single CONSER standard record that would apply to all formats (print as well as online2), replace existing multiple record levels, and reduce serials cataloging costs by requiring i
bibliographic  Me/ToRead 
july 2006 by ldodds
On Bots
Analysis of the behaviour of Yahoo, MSN and Googlebots
Search  statistics  Me/ToRead 
may 2006 by ldodds
Electronic Texts The Day After Tomorrow
've had time to think a little about scholarly presses and libraries, and have decided that the business and social model that most closely relates to what you do (particularly in the library side of your collective business) is that of Disneyland...
publishing  Me/ToRead 
april 2006 by ldodds
cityofsound: Why Lost is genuinely new media
Note to self: containers spoilers, read AFTER the second series airs!
Me/ToRead 
march 2006 by ldodds
A Secure Protocol for Desktop Web Servers
"...a method for applications to receive event notifications using HTTP..." by Lucas Gonze
REST  Me/ToRead 
october 2005 by ldodds
Your Program's Posture by Alan Cooper
"I call the four principle postures sovereign, transient, daemonic and parasitic. Each is a description of a different set of behavioral attributes so naturally they also describe four different types of user interaction."
Me/ToRead  IA 
august 2005 by ldodds
CheckRDFSyntax and Schemarama Revisited
Essay on RDF, XML, validation from Dan Brickley
RDF/Advocacy  Me/ToRead 
july 2005 by ldodds
The Age of Point-at-Things... (plasticbag.org)
Tom Coates on the importance of naming and identifiers.
Me/ToRead  xtech 
may 2005 by ldodds
OpenLazlo
Build rich UIs for web apps using Flash, using just XML and Javascript
Me/ToRead 
february 2005 by ldodds
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