Linked Data: A Personal View from Jerry Persons, technology analyst at Knowledge Motifs and Chief Information Architect emeritus at Stanford. Persons blogs on the rapidly developing linked data ecosystem and its potential benefits.
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@readywriting I've had that happen. Once I decide not to stress over something, then it flows. Still hasn't stop me from stressing tho :)
Interesting idea-- RT @JenHoward Is it time for librarians to kickstart their own journal? @naypinya thinks so: bit.ly/14gyyP2
New resources listed at Librarian² bit.ly/UaxyLk : engaging 1-shot sessions; info lit as a virtue; library MOOC this summer
I like the dinosaur example the best. RT @1n9r1d Explain #LinkedData like you are five. #lodlam reddit.com/r/semanticweb/… …
Good point--where are the education faculty too? MOOCs and the Humanities bit.ly/19urvYN by Jon Beasley-Murray via @ifrank
A midwife's tale: the life of Martha Ballard, based on her diary, 1785-1812; Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
The e-learning reader; Sara de Freitas