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Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
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Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
Identi.ca and RDF for Linking Data
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  • 1. Identi.caandRDFforLinking Data
    SaeedMoaddeli
    Encyclopedia Of History of Iranian Architecture
    http://eiah.org
    moaddeli@eiah.org
  • 2. About the Author
    SaeedMoaddeli
    B.Sc. In Mechanical Engineering!
    Member of IT department at EIAH
    Research interests
    Metadata
    Information Architecture
    Digital Social Networks
    Maintaining DCMI L&I community website
  • 3. Micro-blogging
    Sending and publishing brief text media or micromedia
    Content ranges from News, and self-promotion, conversations, pass-along values to babbles and spam
    Today we call blogging under 140 characters, micro-blogging
  • 4. Micro-blogging services
  • 5. Linked Data
    According to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, To have our data linked properly, we have to
    Use URIs as names for things
    Use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names
    When someone looks up a URI, provide useful information, using the standards (RDF, SPARQL)
    Include links to other URIs. so that they can discover more things
  • 6. More Linked data
    The WWW with Linked data Seems like a Giant Global Graph
    Which is content + pointers + relationships + descriptions
  • 7. Tweet…Tweet…
    Answer just a single question: “what are you doing?” in just 140 characters
    50 million live accounts
    Using proprietary software
    Tagging mechanism (#hashtags)
    Centralized service
    Twitter blocks visualizes your network
  • 8. Identi.ca
    Based on StatusNet (previously called laconi.ca)
    Free software (you may read it open source)
    Licensed under Aferro GPL version 3+
    RDF friendly
    Exports user’s social network in foaf format
    Twitter-compatible API
    Cross-posting to Twitter
    Facebook Integration
    Automatic URL-shortening
    And Group mechanism
  • 9. Semantic Micro-blogging
    We want data to be linked
    In other words We wanted them to be semantic-web-friendly
    In this case we need our updates to be
    accessible
    Machine-understandable
    Machine-reasonable
    And contain Reusable data
  • 10. Where are we?
    Some research and modeling has been made by John Breslin and colleagues (http://smob.sioc-project.org)
    FOAF and SIOC Ontologies
    Automatic/manual annotation in micro-blog posts
    Linking existing URIs of the related concepts
    Distributed architecture
  • 11. Ideas (not new, not done yet)
    Extensive use of URIs for users, topics, places…everything
    Commitment of social network services to open standards (FOAF, SBIC, DOAP, etc.)
    Semantics-oriented aggregators and clients
  • 12. Thank YOU

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