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UIMA – First Standard for Accessing Unstructured Information

I posted earlier today at Not Otherwise Categorized… about the announcement last month of OASIS’s new standard for the Unstructured Information Management Architecture, Version 1.0.  Read all about it here:  OASIS Approves UIMA – the first standard for accessing Unstructured Information

Talis Enters the Public Linked Data Arena

Ever have a data set that was burning a hole in your proverbial pocket, and you just wanted to share it with the world, but had nowhere to put it?  Well now you do.  For some time now Amazon has made large data sets publicly available through their Public Data Sets – but these were […]

Twine Prepares Ontology Authoring Tool: ReadWriteWeb

[via Twine Could Soon Surpass Delicious, Prepares Ontology Authoring Tool – ReadWriteWeb.] Marshall Kirkpatrick wrote this post earlier this week about Twine’s new hosted authoring tool for ontologies: Nova Spivack’s semantic web company Twine is developing a free service to write and host semantic ontologies; the classification trees that enable machines to put concepts in […]

Automating CMS metadata – could that work? How?

In a previous post I asked the question, “What if a web service could automatically provide the CMS metadata when you go to check-in a new topic?” In this post I’ll discuss why you would want to do that, some of the candidate technologies, and what is necessary to make it real.

Connecting the dots: How XML authoring enables the Semantic Web

What if we start combining semantic web technologies and semantic document technologies?