Showing posts from July, 2003

Integrate Web Services and Semantic Web

Berners-Lee: Integrate Web services and Semantic Web- The history of computing is the history of finding ways to link data to programs, and the Semantic Web is the next step in that evolution, Tim Berners-Lee told attendees at the Gartner Web Services and Application Integration conference in Los Angeles this week.

Social Meaning and the Cult of Tim Social Meaning and the Cult of Tim [Jul. 23, 2003] In a previous column, "The Social Meaning of RDF", I described a debate about the relation of formal and social meanings of RDF assertions, particularly as related to the Semantic Web. This debate about the "social meaning of RDF" is complex and encompasses a wide range of thorny issues.

Tim O’Reilly Interview

stage4 - Tim O'Reilly interview: Digital Rights Management is a Non-starter Tim O'Reilly interview: Digital Rights Management is a Non-starter.

Missing isn’t broken

RDFWeb and Friend of a Friend (FOAF): Missing isn't broken: data validation and freedom on the Semantic Web Developers who come to the Semantic Web effort via XML technology often make an understandable mistake. They assume that missing is broken when it comes to the contents of RDF/XML documents, that if you omit some piece of information from an RDF file, you have in some formal, technical sense 'done something wrong' and should be punished. RDF doesn't work like that. Missing isn't broken.

REST Tutorial

REST REST Tutorial from Roger Costello.

RDF Schema for the XML InfoSet

An RDF Schema for the XML Information Set The XML Infoset specification [1] defines a number of Information Items and their properties. The referenced RDF schema [2] is a formal description of the Infoset.

Semantic Web Guide

Semantic Web Guide [alpha] This site aims at becoming your premier information source about the Semantic Web. It integrates more than 20 sources and is automatically updated every hour.