Moses K.

Location:

Bristow, VA
Hometown: U.S.A.

Member since:

September 27, 2009

Introduction

Have been attending several semantic related conferences and workshops over the years. While not the primary business focus in my current client base, it's more than a passing interest.

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

Technically speaking, it may be the next big thing, but it needs a big applied thing to push it beyond the tipping point.

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

No answer yet

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

user involved, interactive data discovery using something like next generation mash ups but better... I think Bing is going in that direction but not quite there, yet...

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  • Jan

    Hi Moses! Another great Meetup! Thanks so much for the excellent lessons today! And the Open Mic was much fun. I am looking forward to the next one we will have at the vineyards! Thanks for helping set that up for us. :)

    Feb 25, 2013 5:10 AM
  • Typhoon Olopai

    Florida Ukulele Network in Hollywood

    Howzit Brah,
    Welcome to our meetup. I hope you could make down to sunny Florida and jam with us. Let me know when your in Rockledge with braddah Elika so I can join you guys for kanikapila. Looking forward to meeting you.

    Feb 03, 2012 11:23 AM
  • Darryl Birch

    Brah, da grinds more ono den anywhere. Mo bettah den Bristow VA. I tink? lol.... So dis place mo bettah den anywhere on planet. Ha-waiian... :)

    Feb 02, 2012 9:57 PM
  • Darryl Birch

    Mahalo for finding da best ukulele club on da planet. We see you at da next meet-up Yeah, Aloha D

    Jan 31, 2012 7:40 PM
  • Elika K. Kaiwi

    Florida Ukulele Network in SpaceCoast

    Aloha braddah Moses, welcome to da F.U.N. Ohana. I'll keep in touch and mahalo for joining our club, Elika Kaiwi

    Jan 31, 2012 7:19 AM
  • Elika K. Kaiwi

    Space Coast Ukulele Club

    Aloha braddah Moses, welcome to da Space Coast Ukulele Ohana. It's a pleasure chating with you and hope to meet you soon. I'm still learning how to teach our beginner members and any help from you would be much appreciated. So far so good, no major complaints that I can't improve on. Our members are a great bunch of ukusters, each with there own level of playing. Have an awesome warm day in Virgina. I'll keep in touch and mahalo for joining our club, Elika Kaiwi

    Jan 31, 2012 7:17 AM
  • Ray Miller

    Beautiful, just the way it should be done. 5'2" is the model for the 7ths run. BTW- I have been developing teaching aids for many years, so if you need anything specific, let me know; I just might have it, such as a magnetic finger board with color mag 'dots' for demonstrating chord forms. -ray-

    May 31, 2011 12:02 PM
  • Ray Miller

    Moses - By all means, use as you see fit. It is OK, educationally, to introduce the concept with your beginners, but it makes more sense to them at a good solid intermediate level. If the beginners seem confused by it, drop it until they get more fundamentals under their belt. Too many "teachers" introduce too much 'in-depth' theory way too early. Teaching from the KNOWN to the RELATED UNKNOWN has always been the course of least confusion and greatest benefit. (cont)

    May 31, 2011 11:25 AM
  • Ray Miller

    Thanks for the enlistment. I would like nothing better than to jam with you and Lisa. That is a promise from me to help make that happen. I look forward to many such jams. And, as always, you all are invited to beautiful Boise any time.... -ray-

    May 18, 2011 1:46 PM
  • Kaye Shubert

    Thanks for posting the recordings of NVUE songs. Helps much! any chance of getting the melodies is "standard" music notation?
    P.S. The immediate access to Mookai Slide made it possible for me of iffy-internet-k­nowledge/skills­ to watch it. Soo beautiful! Thank you.

    May 07, 2011 1:07 PM
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