Newsletter newsletter: 27th september week

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Publicado el 1 . 10 . 2010 por Equipo GNOSS newsletter: 27th september week

Hi gnossonaut!

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Interesting presentation, in two 90 minutes- videos,  that involves some of the most active promoters of Linked Data. It took place at the 7th International Semantic Web Conference, held in Karlsruhe two years ago.

Michael Arrington explains and thinks about the reasons for the sale of TechCrunch to AOL.

Very interesting interview with one of the parents of database technologies. He has been creating solutions for storage and retrieval of data (the latest one is SciDB) for 40 years!


Educational materials on Europe prepared by various EU institutions and other government and non-government bodies to help young people learn about the European Union and its policies. These materials are organized by age.

Geeks Room blog post that tells about some educational resources suggested by wwwhatsnew.

Andoni Calderón Rehecho, on the blog ‘The library informs the librarian’, examines the 6th Virtual Campus UCM Seminar. GNOSS-University 2.0 and shows his views on the use of the GNOSS technology in university environments.

The profession of parents, books at home and the academic expectations of the families are some of the variables that affect the performance of pupils.


Article published by Alessandro Baricco on September 21st, 2010 in The Republic, which seems to be a response to Eugenio Scalfari (founder of the journal where the discussion is cleared up).


The goal of Manuel Gross, promoter of this knowledge website, is to publish articles, news, comments and discussions about creativity and innovation as tools to improve management of entrepreneurs, SMEs and social organizations.

Generally, creativity has been studied from four classical approaches: as a product, as a process, as a personality trait and as a system where social judgments take part significantly.


The SWOT analysis ‘The SMEs in the crisis’ promotes collective thinking of members of the community ‘Superar la crisis’ (Overcoming the crisis). Innovation, credit lines, talent, labor reform... In the best case, SMEs are surviving the economic crisis with a lot of doubts about their future. In the aftermath of the general strike, with trade unions, government and employers in conflict, the enterprise seeks a turning point for drawing a roadmap to profitability and value creation... and the most important thing, to overcome the crisis.


Enjoy! We innovate with you.

The Team


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