Spencer, Ross. “Hedgehog Street and Linked Open Data.” The National Archives Blog, August 10, 2012. http://blog.nationalarchives.gov.uk/blog/hedgehog-street-and-linked-open-data/.
How hedgehogs can help us understand the concept of linked data.
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