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What's in a Link - Revisited a Semantic Odyssey a presentation by William A. Woods

From: Marco N.
Sent on: Friday, September 24, 2010 7:52 PM
In March 2010 Bill Woods gave his presentation to the Cambridge
Semantic Web meetup about his "What's in a Link?" paper from 1975.

We have recorded the session and it is now available online for you here:

Please keep in mind that the "What's in a Link?" paper predates the
Semantic Web by 25 years and is now after 35 years more of an
historical record.

Please be advised that this presentation is not directly related on
any specific Semantic Web standards currently proposed by the W3C,
it's a presentation with a technology research focus in which Bill
reviews his contribution and evaluates it in its historical context.

I personally find this presentation to be a very valuable and a story
that needed to be told, but if you are here to just learn something
about RDF / RDFa coding for your web project or to learn about
business concepts for the Semantic Web I recommend you to save this
presentation for later and to skip it for now.

Again thank you Bill for presenting!

Have a good weekend


Marco Neumann
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