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The Semantic Link – Episode 12, December 2011 (with Polls!)

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Paul Miller, Bernadette Hyland, Ivan Herman, Eric Hoffer, Andraz Tori, Peter Brown, Christine Connors, Eric Franzon

This month, we present the twelfth Podcast episode in our monthly series of discussions with Semantic Web thought leaders from around the globe. In this episode, we reflect on the last year and make some predictions for 2012.

We also are making a request below for input from you, our audience, in the form of two poll questions. Please take a moment to let us know what you think!

Host: Paul Miller, Cloud of Data


A note from Paul Miller, Host, and Eric Franzon, SemanticWeb.com:

Semantic Link logoIt’s been a year since we began the Semantic Link podcast, and we’re looking forward to continuing the conversation next year. However, one thing that we were keen to do from the outset was to encourage conversation; between ourselves, with our guests, and with you, our listeners.

We’d like to take this opportunity, a year after we began, to ask for your thoughts on how we’re doing, and to learn more about what you want us to discuss, and how you want to be involved.

Please take a moment to look over the questions below, and to share your opinions. If you have other things to say, feel free as always to make use of the comment box below this post.

First, the topics we cover.

We’re also interested in exploring ways to better engage you — the audience — in the show. We’ve had a comment capability here on semanticweb.com, where many of you access the recordings, but that only works after the show is recorded, edited, and published. That will certainly continue, but we could explore ways to better involve you before and during the show as well. Feel free to use the comment area below this post to offer more detail, or to share alternative ideas.

Paul Miller & Eric Franzon

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