Tag Archive for Thanksgiving

Give Thanks for Data!

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by Angela Guess From all of us here at DATAVERSITY, happy Thanksgiving! We realize that many of our readers don’t reside in the US, but we hope that all of you, regardless of where this day finds you, take a moment to reflect on the things you’re thankful for. The team at DATAVERSITY is taking…

Semantic Tech Lends A Hand To Thanksgiving Holiday Sales

by Jennifer Zaino Retailers are pushing holiday shopping deals earlier and earlier each year, but for many consumers the Thanksgiving weekend still signals the official start of the gift-buying season. With that in mind, we present some thoughts on how the use of semantic technology may impact your holiday shopping this year. Pinterest has gained…

Happy Thanksgiving from DATAVERSITY!

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by Angela Guess The team at DATAVERSITY would like to wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are taking the day off to spend time with our friends and families, and we hope that you are doing the same. But if you find yourself with a little downtime while the turkey cooks, as you sit…

Semantic Tech Checks In As The Holiday Shopping Begins

    With Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday and Small Business Saturday behind us, and Cyber-Monday right in front of us, it is clear the holiday season is in full force. Apparently, retailers – both online and real-world – are doing pretty well as a group when it comes to sales racked up. Reports have it…

Gobbling Up With The Semantic Web

It’s time to get semantic with your Thanksgiving meal – or what’s left of it. To that end, we toured some semantically-powered foodie services to get some ideas about what to serve up for the big day. Maybe you’ll even find some things you just may never have considered without some semantic web services making…

Serve Up Thanksgiving Dinner With the Semantic Web's Help

How’s your Thanksgiving meal planning and prep going? Hopefully well, but some day, semantic web technologies might help it go even better. A couple years back, K. Krasnow Waterman – visiting fellow at MIT who co-chaired its Linked Data Product Development Lab that has evolved into a course – organized a lecture on the topic of the…