Podcast News

The Semantic Link with Guest, Denny Vrandecic – February, 2012

On Friday, February 10, a group of Semantic thought leaders from around the globe met with their host and colleague, Paul Miller, for the latest installment of the Semantic Link, a monthly podcast covering the world of Semantic Technologies. This episode includes a discussion about data; specifically, the recently announced “wikidata” project with special guest,…

The SemanticLink Podcast – Submit Your Questions

After December’s episode of the Semantic Link, we asked for your thoughts on both the topics we should cover, and the ways in which you would like to interact with the podcast. You spoke, very clearly asking for an opportunity to pose questions for the team to answer during recordings. This is that opportunity. February’s…

Experian Acquires Garlik, Ltd.

Today, Experian, the global information services company, announced that it has acquired Garlik Limited, a provider of web monitoring services based in the United Kingdom. Garlik uses Semantic Web Technologies to help consumers protect themselves from the risks of identity theft and financial fraud.  At the last SemTechBiz UK Conference, Steve Harris, CTO of Garlik, presented…

Introduction to: RDFa 1.1 Lite

[Editor’s Note: In our most recent SemanticLink podcast with special guest R.V. Guha, we mentioned RDFa 1.1 Lite, proposed by Ben Adida at last month’s Schema.org workshop. Thanks to Manu Sporny for sharing the following look at RDFa 1.1 Lite.] Summary: RDFa 1.1 Lite is a simple subset of RDFa consisting of the following attributes:…

Summer School – Excecutive Briefing on Linked Data

Summer can be a great time to learn something new, and SemanticWeb.com is always on the lookout for new ways of explaining the terms, techniques, standards, and technologies involved in the world of Semantic Web. We were thrilled, then, to see this much-needed executive briefing on Linked Data from our colleagues at 3 Round Stones:…

Marketing Semantic Web Technologies

Talk about the problems you solve & the benefits of solving them, NOT about tech for tech’s sake. As Suneel Gupta of Groupon said recently at the Twiistup conference in LA, “It’s more important to be interesting than it is to be intellectual.”

The Semantic Link Podcast RSS Feed is live!

In case you missed it, we launched a monthly podcast series in December with Paul Miller of Cloud of Data and a slate of Semantic Technology thought leaders from around the world.  We are pleased to announce that the RSS feed for this series is now available for your MP3 player of choice. Subscribe to…

Welcome to the PodPanel

For me, the best bits of a good industry conference are always any well-run panel discussions. Not those panels where the ‘moderator’ has more to say than the panellists. Not those panels where panellists completely fill the allotted time by standing up in turn to deliver one over-long prepared presentation after another. Not those panels…