Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

Programming Languages

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What programming language should I learn, a link I found on Twitter (like most of the other things I seem to find, nowadays) is a nice list and a good map for some one who is learning languages and looking for experimenting more. I think for each language we can add a set of additional […]

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InfoMinder Alerts – 20th Oct 2008

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Some interesting links I got through my InfoMinder Alerts today. I will just add a teaser for each entry. Some of these are blogs. Others are announcements or wiki links. The Future of Enterprise Software We are at the beginning of a massive shift from client-server to web-based software in the enterprise. ┬áThis move will […]

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LinkLog: Semantic Web

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Semantic Web from A Chat with Dave Beckett Semantic Web…it’s about connecting things together, about getting the jobs done If every one uses the semantic web data formats, they all connect together. I think data centric approach is better than API centric approach, because the data will live longer than APIs. The Semantic Web in […]

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LinkLog: Enhancing the semantics of your web pages

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A simple, easy to understand introductory video on RDF, triples, how to embed RDF in XHTML (known as RDFa) A triple consists of subjects, predicates, objects subjects and objects typically represent resources (people, places, events) predicates represent relationships A vocabulary provides a set of common (shared) understanding of relationships You can embed RDF triples in […]

Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

Implementing an Innovation Process

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I came across this nice blog on Innovation Process Framework, by Jeffrey Philips (via Innovation Weblog) . The blog is a nice read and tries to outline a framework for Repeatable Innovation. Towards the end Jeffrey appeals to the readers to provide feedback. If you care to, please comment or provide your feedback. I think […]