These are my links for December 31st through January 6th:
- Linked Data | Linked Data – Connect Distributed Data across the Web – Linked Data is about using the Web to connect related data that wasn't previously linked, or using the Web to lower the barriers to linking data currently linked using other methods. More specifically, Wikipedia defines Linked Data as "a term used to describe a recommended best practice for exposing, sharing, and connecting pieces of data, information, and knowledge on the Semantic Web using URIs and RDF."
This site exists to provide a home for, or pointers to, resources from across the Linked Data community
- The Personal Enterprise | Socialwrite.com – The personalization of the enterprise is already happening. It couldn’t be more obvious these days. People are literally carrying two laptops and two cellphones with them. Sit down in any meeting (although I notice this trend far more in the US than in Canada right now) and you can be sure that a handful of the people there will reach in one pocket for their Blackberry, and then they will reach in to another pocket for their iPhone.
- Connected Care Blog: Public Health Information Network (PHIN) | Communities of Practice – CDC.gov – Communities of Practice (CoPs) are working to strengthen the Public Health Information Network (PHIN) as members collaborate, share, and focus on issues prioritized by the PHIN Community. The PHIN Community provides a participatory environment for members to learn, share expertise, and develop informatics solutions to improve public health’s capacity to use and exchange information electronically. PHIN CoPs are now collaborating on phConnect.org.
- This time it's personal – Information World Review – Semantix UK boss Stephen Dale believes that people are the biggest beneficiaries of the social web but that organisations also gain from its repatriation of information sharing to the workplace
- Open Data Commons – Open Data Commons is the home of a set of legal ‘tools’ to help you provide and use open data.
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