OK so it seems like 2008 is going to be the year that the semantic web moves out of the research labs and moves towards something a bit more…well useful I guess! In the last month or so a few things have happened that have kind of forced me to take notice – and I’ll…… Continue reading Semi-Semantic..
Things have obviously been a little quiet here for a while and beyond my usual laziness in getting posts up on a regular basis the main reason is that I am now primarily blogging at http://backpass.org This is in light of my soon to be freelance status and a feeling that I’d like my blog…… Continue reading I’ve moved…
JISC have decided to approach alot of their communication/marketing activities in a less ‘programme’ specific manner – instead the focus will be on wider topics that can act as an umbrella for lots of development and service activity in a manner that a few more people can understand than the usual audience. While at HEFCE…… Continue reading Working in 3-Dee
Dave Briggs over at DavePress.net has posted ‘Dead Tree web 2.0 reading list’ – and as I have just had a bit of a shopping spree on Amazon I thought I would just post my upcoming reading matter. WikiPatterns Tagging: People-Powered Metadata for the Social Web Ambient Findability We-think: The Power of Mass Creativity Here…… Continue reading Dead Tree Web 2.0 Reading List – backpass version..
One of the many blogs I try to follow via my overloaded Google Reader is HorsePigCow by Tara Hunt. Now I follow this blogs for a few reasons – Tara has been a leading light in the rise of BarCamp, did alot of work encouraging the concept of ‘co-working’ (something which I am about to…… Continue reading PublicTransportCamp