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Drs. Wood & Seuss Explain RDF in Two Minutes

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“How would you explain RDF to my grandmother?  I still don’t get it…” a student recently asked of David Wood, CTO of 3Roundstones. Wood was speaking to a class called “Linked Data Ventures” and was made up of students from the MIT Computer Science Department and the Sloan School of Business. He responded by creating a slide deck and subsequent video explaining the Resource Description Framework using the classic Dr. Seuss style of rhyming couplets and the characters Thing 1 and Thing 2.

I hope this student’s grandmother found this as enjoyable as I did. (Video after the jump).

Watch the Video:

Slide Deck:

Dr. David Wood is the author of:

Linking Enterprise Data
Linking Government Data
and co-author of the forthcoming Linked Data (for Web Developers) with Michael Hausenblas, Lin Clark, Thomas Steiner, Sarven Capadisli, Micah Herstand, and Richard Cyganiak

 

Dr. SeussDr. Seuss is a beloved author of children’s books.

  • Sarven Capadisli

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