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These slides are from my seminar to the University of Reading Department of Meteorology, November 2013. They contain a (hopefully not very technical) introduction to the concepts of Linked Data and how we are applying them in the CHARMe project (http://www.charme.org.uk). In CHARMe we are using Open Annotation to connect users of climate data with community-generated "commentary information" that helps them to understand a dataset's strengths and weaknesses.
The slide notes contain some helpful context, so you might like to download the PPT file!
The slides are licensed as "Creative Commons Attribution 3.0", meaning that you can do what you like with these slides provided that you credit the University of Reading for their creation. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.