By Chris McDowall
On November 26 I presented a talk on linked data and entity reconciliation at the National Digital Forum held at Te Papa in Wellington. These are my speaker’s notes.
Linked data is an amazing yet elusive idea. It extends the conventional Web by providing a means to identify and refer to specific entities or concepts and supplies a way to describe how those things are related. Together, the entities, concepts and relationships constitute a set of assertions about how we think the world is… a set of assertions that can be queried, analysed, extended, shared and visualised.
Read full post here. (Originally posted 17 December 2013)