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