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Hello, old friends.
I’ve had several conversations recently with people who are either interested in, or actually implementing Linked Data, and are struggling with some important questions
A company calling its collective group of body monitoring products the WIN Human Recorder system has released a new device called the HRS-I.
We are now growing accustomed to the concept of the "cloud", where our data will be increasingly stored in Web services, not on local disk, accessible from any computer, operating system or browser. But, despite the adoption of standards from major players storing our personal data, the choice of services causes serious vendor lock-in, as the data suite, be it from Microsoft , Google , Apple or other providers, is not only interpreted by their offerings, but stored there as well. This storage and management of our data makes migration between services incredibly difficult, and still leaves us at the mercy of a large company, whose priorities may not be the same as our own.
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The following guest post is from Regards Citoyens , a French association of citizens with a shared interest in opening up information about the functioning of democratic institutions in France.
In January, I wrote a post on 7 business models for linked data (with an 8th model added shortly thereafter). Although far from comprehensive, it attempted to illustrate the range of direct revenue vs. indirect revenue models that could justify development of linked data initiatives.
March 9, 2010 On Thursday, I have 20 minutes to address 200 people (plus a video audience) at NoSQL Live … from Boston . My self-appointed mission is to start building bridges between the NoSQL community and the Linked Data/RDF/W3C community.
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