Structured data in HTML5 and WikiData

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Ten HTML5 Drafts Updated 29 March 2012 The HTML Working Group has published ten updated working drafts. Two documents that hold special interest in the light of WikiData project are HTML+RDFa 1.1 and HTML Microdata. Both are ways of marking up HTML so that you can easily extract semantic data and relationships. HTML+RDFa 1.1 HTML Microdata So how […]

Recommended Reading Mar 24, 2012

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The Intersection Event Is Where Innovation And Social Change Meet That philosophy is this: Some of the greatest inventions the world has seen were developed incrementally as one person built on another’s ideas, sometimes transcending decades or even centuries between them. What makes for a real innovation is that someone takes a previous idea and […]

Exploring Information

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At iMorph, we build tools to discover, gather and explore information. Here is one prototype we are playing with. It takes three publications and analyzes the top terms (we chose bigrams – pairs of words). Each tag cloud is build by analyzing the news feeds from these financial newspaper sources. Topic: You can create a […]

What Do You Measure?

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‎”Unless you measure it” said some one, “you cannot improve it”. Sounds reasonable. However, I think it is a hypothesis that needs to be verified. I am not doubting its validity. I just have this doubt that it may not work in all circumstances. Here are my concerns: How do you pick what to measure? […]