I've been a little busier than usual, of late. So busy, that
even minimal blog based discourse participation has been a
challenge. Anyway, during this quiet period, a number of
interesting data streams have come my way that relate to OpenLink Data Spaces (ODS). Thus, in typical
fashion, I'll use this post (via URIs) to contribute a few nodes to the
Giant Global Graph that is the Web of
Structured Linked Data, also known as the Data
Web, Semantic Data Web, or Web of Data (also see prior Data Web posts).
In addition, in one week, courtesy of the Web, UK Semnantic Web
Gatherings in Bristol and Oxford, I discover, interview, and employ Daniel :-)
Imagine how long this would have taken to pull off via the Document
Web, assuming I would even discover Daniel.
As with all things these days, the Web and Internet change everything, which includes
talent discovery and recruitment.
A Global Social graph that is a mesh of Linked Data enables the
process of recruitment, marketing, and other elements of busines
management to be condensed down to a sending powerful beams across
the aforementioned Graph :-) The only variable pieces are the
traversal paths exposed to your beam via the beam's entry point
URI. In my case, I have a single URI that exposes a Graph of
critical paths for the Blogosphere (i.e data spaces of RSS Atom
Feeds). Thus, I can discover if your profile matches the
requirements associated with an opening at OpenLink Software (most
of the time) before you do :-)
BTW - I just noticed that John Breslin described ODS as
social-graph++ in his recent post, titled: Tales from the SIOC-o-sphere, part 6. In a
funny way, this reminds of a post from the early blogosphere days
about platforms and Weblog APIs (circa. 2003)
about ODS (then exposed via the Blog Platform realm of Virtuoso).
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 12/01/2007 15:41 GMT-0500
Modified: 12/01/2007 15:26 GMT-0500
Tags: atom , rss , semanticweb , sioc , openlink , virtuoso , DataSpace , .net , dataspace
Categories: Virtual Database ,
Comment Status: 0
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.