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Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. One of the next battles in keeping the web open is keeping data open - from the content we "generate" for many ...

Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. One of the next battles in keeping the web open is keeping data open - from the content we "generate" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses.

Just like open source, open data is a mix of technology, licensing, and attitude. Here in Vancouver, we've started experimenting with what I like to call a Semantic Web Community "Barn Raising" effort. Lots of people are interested in open data and related technology that supports it, like the semantic web, RDF, etc. But it's very hard to just have nice thought experiments about all this, we learn best by doing.

Recently, I gave a talk at DrupalCon Washington DC talking about the semantic web. I said that RDFa is "food for robots", so what better data to experiment with than something related to food?

The project we're tackling is to collectively source restaurant information. The information will be stored in part on Freebase, as well as various front end mashups, iPhone apps, and other tools. Eventually, we hope to create an economic incentive so that some restaurants and/or restaurant directory websites will expose their data semantically.

The talk will be a mix of community, policy, hand waving, and technology, as well as an open call to help with this project in your own city. You'll leave with some food for thought on how open data and the semantic web are evolving, and what you can do with it today.

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  • <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • Northern Voice, DemoCamp, BarCamp, DrupalCon, DrupalCamp <br />
  • <br />
  • Start with the usual: how many from out of town? <br /> <br /> What do you want to get out of this? What intrigued you about the session? <br /> <br /> What do you know already? <br /> <br /> Semantic Web <br /> <br /> RDFa <br /> <br /> community building <br /> <br /> barn raising <br /> <br /> triples <br /> <br /> 2 billion triples <br /> <br /> What do *I* want to tell you about? A pet project and get you excited about tech <br /> <br />
  • Start with the usual: how many from out of town? <br /> <br /> What do you want to get out of this? What intrigued you about the session? <br /> <br /> What do you know already? <br /> <br /> Semantic Web <br /> <br /> RDFa <br /> <br /> community building <br /> <br /> barn raising <br /> <br /> triples <br /> <br /> 2 billion triples <br /> <br /> What do *I* want to tell you about? A pet project and get you excited about tech <br /> <br />
  • Start with the usual: how many from out of town? <br /> <br /> What do you want to get out of this? What intrigued you about the session? <br /> <br /> What do you know already? <br /> <br /> Semantic Web <br /> <br /> RDFa <br /> <br /> community building <br /> <br /> barn raising <br /> <br /> triples <br /> <br /> 2 billion triples <br /> <br /> What do *I* want to tell you about? A pet project and get you excited about tech <br /> <br />
  • Start with the usual: how many from out of town? <br /> <br /> What do you want to get out of this? What intrigued you about the session? <br /> <br /> What do you know already? <br /> <br /> Semantic Web <br /> <br /> RDFa <br /> <br /> community building <br /> <br /> barn raising <br /> <br /> triples <br /> <br /> 2 billion triples <br /> <br /> What do *I* want to tell you about? A pet project and get you excited about tech <br /> <br />
  • PSA: Handwaving will happen throughout this presentation <br /> <br /> Call bullshit, ask for clarification, help us learn <br />
  • data.gov <br />
  • data.gov <br />
  • data.gov <br />
  • Washington DC <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Open source is now a term that is increasingly understood, or at least talked about. <br /> FLOSS vs. open source is still problematic. Jim de la Hunt (@jdlh) twittered that he’s been hearing a lot of open source, but not really mentioning FLOSS. I responded - o/s is somewhat heard of (That’s software I can use for free, right?), FLOSS is radical and scary (just like pirates) <br /> <br /> Anyway, let’s pretend we understand open source and move on to the next battle <br /> <br /> keeping data open <br /> /from the content we \"generate\" for many social sites to the closed silos of government and businesses. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Technology: lots of platforms and frameworks already produce formats and have APIs - if you’re building from scratch, ask / require your tech partner to include them <br /> Licensing: do you want companies to play? then don’t use CC Non Commercial <br /> Attitude: lots of businesses get confused about their ownership of data - governments are just <br />
  • Technology: lots of platforms and frameworks already produce formats and have APIs - if you’re building from scratch, ask / require your tech partner to include them <br /> Licensing: do you want companies to play? then don’t use CC Non Commercial <br /> Attitude: lots of businesses get confused about their ownership of data - governments are just <br />
  • Technology: lots of platforms and frameworks already produce formats and have APIs - if you’re building from scratch, ask / require your tech partner to include them <br /> Licensing: do you want companies to play? then don’t use CC Non Commercial <br /> Attitude: lots of businesses get confused about their ownership of data - governments are just <br />
  • This was Amazon opening up US Census, dumps of Freebase and Wikipedia, etc. etc. -- Terrabytes of data <br /> <br /> http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/amazon_exposes_1_terrabyte_of.php - Feb 2009 <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
  • Semantic web not really just one technology - an Apple is a fruit, vs. Apple the company, vs. Apple the singer <br /> Linked Data - this is what gets me excited. 2 billion connected facts <br /> RDFa, Microformats, etc. - <br />
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  • Ben Lavender, Stéphane Corlosquet <br />
  • SPARQL <br /> Don’t have to move data around - pull it as needed <br /> Mashups are made of robot poop? <br />
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  • http://www.freebase.com/view/en/what_is_freebase <br /> Freebase is unique among online databases because a single Freebase topic can encompass many different kinds of information. In other databases there would have to be a separate topic for each category, or a completely separate database. For example, Arnold Schwarzenegger would appear in a movie database as an actor, a political database as a governor, and a bodybuilder database as a Mr. Universe. In Freebase there is one topic for Arnold Schwarzenegger that contains information about all three facets of his public life. The unified topic acts as an information hub, making it easy to find and contribute information about him regardless of what kind of information it is. <br />
  • http://www.freebase.com/view/en/what_is_freebase <br /> Freebase is unique among online databases because a single Freebase topic can encompass many different kinds of information. In other databases there would have to be a separate topic for each category, or a completely separate database. For example, Arnold Schwarzenegger would appear in a movie database as an actor, a political database as a governor, and a bodybuilder database as a Mr. Universe. In Freebase there is one topic for Arnold Schwarzenegger that contains information about all three facets of his public life. The unified topic acts as an information hub, making it easy to find and contribute information about him regardless of what kind of information it is. <br />
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  • Fix something broken? e.g. Google Transit for Vancouver replacing i-Move <br /> <br /> Or build something brand new? <br />
  • Fix something broken? e.g. Google Transit for Vancouver replacing i-Move <br /> <br /> Or build something brand new? <br />
  • Many sites <br /> <br /> Incomplete data: various different bits, all wrong <br /> <br /> Nothing linked, no re-use <br />
  • Many sites <br /> <br /> Incomplete data: various different bits, all wrong <br /> <br /> Nothing linked, no re-use <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • (.com) <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • So, the concept is simple: <br /> <br /> Build out restaurant data through manual input as well as mass import into the Vancouver base on Freebase -- http://vancouver.freebase.com <br /> <br /> Make a front end website in Drupal show strips of bacon in the morning, patios in the afternoon, and beer at night - in the spirit of Washington DC's http://stumblesafely.com <br /> <br /> Document the data formats, APIs, and applications available so that anyone can import or export the data, as well build their own front ends, widgets, etc. <br />
  • Blog - really easy to create content from the bottom up <br /> Integration into tools... <br />
  • Blog - really easy to create content from the bottom up <br /> Integration into tools... <br />
  • Blog - really easy to create content from the bottom up <br /> Integration into tools... <br />
  • Blog - really easy to create content from the bottom up <br /> Integration into tools... <br />
  • Blog - really easy to create content from the bottom up <br /> Integration into tools... <br />
  • Jim Pick, Karen Fung, Roland Tanglao, Matt Smilie, Adrian, Mack Hardy, Dale McGladdery, Mike West <br />
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  • (.com) <br /> Gather around URLs <br />
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  • August 2005 - BarCamp in Palo Alto. October 2005, BarCamp Amsterdam - 2nd ever, first international <br />
  • 2 billion tuples <br />
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Open Data Semantic Web Community Barn Raising Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Open Data and Semantic Web Community Barn Raising Boris Mann • http://bmannconsulting.com • @bmann Presented at Open Web Vancouver 2009
  • 2. Boris Mann
  • 3. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects
  • 4. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects
  • 5. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects • Current day job: Bootup Labs
  • 6. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects • Current day job: Bootup Labs
  • 7. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects • Current day job: Bootup Labs • Community “stuff” in Vancouver and around the world since 2004
  • 8. Boris Mann • Long time non-coding contributor to open source projects • Current day job: Bootup Labs • Community “stuff” in Vancouver and around the world since 2004
  • 9. Outline • Hand Waving • (Policy) • Technology • Community
  • 10. Not So Fast!
  • 11. Not So Fast! Who are you?
  • 12. Not So Fast! Who are you? W! e NE tiv rac Inte ssion se at!! form
  • 13. Not So Fast! Who are you? W! e NE tiv rac What do you want to get Inte ssion se at!! out of this? form
  • 14. Not So Fast! Who are you? W! e NE tiv rac What do you want to get Inte ssion se at!! out of this? form What do you know already?
  • 15. Hand Waving
  • 16. (Policy)
  • 17. (Policy) • Washington DC,Vancouver
  • 18. (Policy) • Washington DC,Vancouver • recovery.gov, data.gov
  • 19. (Policy) • Washington DC,Vancouver • recovery.gov, data.gov • …your business / community / village / city / country?
  • 20. “Just” Open • Have to download / import data • Pure robot food - still needs programmers to make it play nice with humans Washington DC
  • 21. Open Data
  • 22. Open Data • Much higher understanding of open source
  • 23. Open Data That’s software I can use for free, right? • Much higher understanding of open source
  • 24. Open Data That’s software I can use for free, right? • Much higher understanding of open source
  • 25. Open Data That’s software I can use for free, right? • Much higher understanding of open source • Next: keep data open
  • 26. Open Data That’s software I can use for free, right? • Much higher understanding of open source • Next: keep data open • Closed silos in social networks, businesses, government
  • 27. Open Data That’s software I can use for free, right? • Much higher understanding of open source • Next: keep data open • Closed silos in social networks, businesses, government
  • 28. Technology, Licensing, and Attitude
  • 29. Technology, Licensing, and Attitude • Technology: use standard formats, APIs
  • 30. Technology, Licensing, and Attitude • Technology: use standard formats, APIs • Licensing: need flexible licensing - wrong license can taint data and make it hard to re-use
  • 31. Technology, Licensing, and Attitude • Technology: use standard formats, APIs • Licensing: need flexible licensing - wrong license can taint data and make it hard to re-use • Attitude: our data is not our business model
  • 32. Public Data Sets “ You've read, or can imagine, the impact that the first Public Libraries had on human culture. Now imagine the opening up of not just this, but other libraries of data, so huge that economies of scale blast the project off beyond any analogy that could be drawn with our everyday experience or historical memories. It won't just be Amazon that offers up this kind of data - it will be relatively commonplace soon, we imagine. It will be like a network of libraries - for robots. Robots that go to the library frequently, read very fast and make ” serious use of what they've learned. – Read Write Web, Feb 2009
  • 33. Technology
  • 34. Technology
  • 35. Technology • Semantic Web
  • 36. Technology • Semantic Web • Linked Data
  • 37. Technology • Semantic Web • Linked Data
  • 38. Technology • Semantic Web • Linked Data • RDFa, Microformats, etc.
  • 39. Technology • Semantic Web • Linked Data • RDFa, Microformats, etc.
  • 40. “ …just what RDFa is supposed to be: human readable data, formatting data and machine readable data all in the same document, all inline, all describing the same thing. ” - Ben Lavender / Stéphane Corlosquet http://tr.im/RDFaDrupalYouTube http://tr.im/RDFaInDrupal
  • 41. Robot Food • Humans create the content • Tools make it more easily digestable by marking it up auto- magically • Enables re-use
  • 42. Creative Commons has a flavor • http://wiki.creativecommons.org/RDFa
  • 43. Freebase • Structured data - started with Wikipedia • Browse / search / filter - then create/edit (addictive!) • Data modeling • Build apps
  • 44. Freebase
  • 45. Community • Let’s learn together • We learn better by doing • Real projects!
  • 46. Community • Let’s learn together • We learn better by doing to n bar • Real projects! d a se… Fin rai
  • 47. Broken or New?
  • 48. Broken or New?
  • 49. Broken or New?
  • 50. The Problem • Many restaurant directory/review/info/etc. • Incomplete data • Nothing linked
  • 51. The Solution
  • 52. The Solution BACON!
  • 53. BaconPatioBeer
  • 54. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town?
  • 55. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town?
  • 56. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town? • Which restaurant has a patio that we can enjoy the sunshine on?
  • 57. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town? • Which restaurant has a patio that we can enjoy the sunshine on?
  • 58. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town? • Which restaurant has a patio that we can enjoy the sunshine on? • What restaurants are pouring great beer around town?
  • 59. BaconPatioBeer • Where are great places for breakfast / brunch in town? • Which restaurant has a patio that we can enjoy the sunshine on? • What restaurants are pouring great beer around town?
  • 60. • Simple concept
  • 61. • Simple concept • Build out restaurant data using Freebase as central data store
  • 62. • Simple concept • Build out restaurant data using Freebase as central data store • Make a front end website
  • 63. • Simple concept • Build out restaurant data using Freebase as central data store • Make a front end website
  • 64. • Simple concept • Build out restaurant data using Freebase as central data store • Make a front end website
  • 65. • Simple concept • Build out restaurant data using Freebase as central data store • Make a front end website • Document the data formats, APIs, and applications
  • 66. Economic Incentive
  • 67. Economic Incentive • BLOG
  • 68. Economic Incentive • BLOG • = Better Listings On Google
  • 69. Economic Incentive • BLOG • = Better Listings On Google • Semantic just beginning to influence search - Google, Yahoo Search Monkey
  • 70. Economic Incentive • BLOG • = Better Listings On Google • Semantic just beginning to influence search - Google, Yahoo Search Monkey • Add more data, it gets shown on the map
  • 71. Economic Incentive • BLOG Lindemans Pecheresse on • = Better Listings On sale Google • Semantic just beginning to influence search - Google, Yahoo Search Monkey • Add more data, it gets shown on the map
  • 72. • Make a blog post and announce a meetup • Gather some tech, policy, hand waving • (try to) build community
  • 73. • Different ingredients needed • Communities and projects are made out Turns out this is barn raising, too of PEOPLE - barn raising quilts
  • 74. • Different ingredients needed • Communities and projects are made out Turns out this is barn raising, too of PEOPLE - barn raising quilts …we got busy
  • 75. Open Restaurants • http://openrestaurants.org • Still experimenting with Freebase schemas • Maybe we can kill some Flash based restaurant sites? • Stay tuned…
  • 76. Open Restaurants • http://openrestaurants.org • Still experimenting with Freebase schemas • Maybe we can kill some Flash based restaurant sites? • Stay tuned… Personal goal: lunch specials in an N block radius
  • 77. Have I Convinced you?
  • 78. Have I Convinced you? • Policy: Think about your attitude and licensing around data
  • 79. Have I Convinced you? • Policy: Think about your attitude and licensing around data • Technology: Check out semantic web
  • 80. Have I Convinced you? • Policy: Think about your attitude and licensing around data • Technology: Check out semantic web • Community: Build one, or build with one
  • 81. Have I Convinced you? • Policy: Think about your attitude and licensing around data • Technology: Check out semantic web • Community: Build one, or build with one Hand waving is fun!
  • 82. END
  • 83. Linked Data - Datasets
  • 84. END
  • 85. Blah blah blah