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Elisabeth B.


Saint Louis, MO
Hometown: Clifton

Member since:

April 16, 2013


What are your thoughts about the Semantic Web? Is it the next Big Thing?

It sounds like single-source publishing. I kept documentation in LaTeX format and developed scripts to compile it in multiple forms; manuals, solution brochures, product sheets, individual chapters/whole volumes/entire series, etc.

Which new technologies would you like to learn? Have you worked with any "semantic" technologies such as XML, RDF, OWL, GRDDL, or SPARQL?

Long ago I took Learning Tree courses about XML and SQL -- I've kept the fine materials.

Which applications or web sites will make the Semantic Web a reality in the public eye?

On relatively little information, I suggest that SIOC has the greatest chance of popularity, based on its simplicity and current territory. But I may be all wet. It'll be interesting to see how idioms find their place.


Managing SME content, I develop training; write/compile policy, process and procedure documentation; and develop/finish proposals. Telecommunications, engineering, IA, banking, aerospace information management, defense logistics...

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