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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Online Educa Berlin 2009: Innovative E-Learning at Your Fingertips

    Under the motto of "Innovate, Share, Succeed", around 2200 participants from over 90 countries will discuss the latest developments in e-learning, including next generation learning strategies, contemporary virtual learning, mobile learning, new e-learning business models and open source developments. Additionally, trends such as Docu Games, Web 3.0 and affective computing, as well as storytelling will be addressed. Numerous workshops, seminars, debates and demonstrations will take place together with new interactive formats, such as the "Computer Lab", which encourage intensive participant involvement.

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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Web 3.0 or just “Augmented Reality + Always Connected / Always in Sync” ?

    Every now and then we are drawn to the idea of future prediction. And of course, most of the time we are wrong. But this it not stopping us of trying to predict the future. So here I go with some thoughts on what I think it will be a game changer in the near future.

    Before going into the juicy parts (I hope) let’s have a look at what has been happening in the Internet and devices world for the past five years or more.

    First of all, there is what became known as “Web 2.0”. A scholastic definition would be: “Web 2.0 is commonly associated with web development and web design that facilitates interactive information sharing, interoperability, user-centered design and collaboration on the World Wide Web. Examples of Web 2.0 include web-based communities, hosted services, web applications, social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, mashups and folksonomies. A Web 2.0 site allows its users to interact with other users or to change website content, in contrast to non-interactive websites where users are limited to the passive viewing of information that is provided to them.” [source: Wikipedia].

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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Web 3.0 – The Web As Your Personal Assistant

    When Tim Berners-Lee wrote his proposal in March of 1989 for what would become the World Wide Web could he have anticipated the direction it would take?  Since the summer of 1991, when the World Wide Web was first made available to the public over the internet, the concept has evolved from an information sharing vehicle made possible via a complex hyperlinking system over a series of servers to an interactive, customizable experience that can be “taught” to anticipate your wants.  WOW!

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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Semantic CrunchBase

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    Semantic CrunchBase

    Semantic CrunchBase is an RDF/SPARQL interface to CrunchBase, the free directory of technology companies, people and investors.

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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    RDFReactor

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    RDFReactor

    RDFReactor views the RDF data model through object-oriented Java proxies. It makes using RDF easy for Java developers. Technically, it translates an ontology into corresponding Java classes

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    Publicado el 25.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    How Semantic Technology helps Data Strategy?

    Data Strategy has again become a "hot topic" in the enterprise. The two things which are of utmost importance in this area or require painstaking work are:

    1) Data Standardizaton - Agreeing what to call things, which things are equivalent

    2) Data Governance - Who "owns" the data, who is the steward, who gets to change things, who is responsible for quality

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    Publicado el 24.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Marketing the Semantic Web

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    Greg Boutin walks through his thoughts on telling a Semantic Web story to the business world.
     

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    Publicado el 24.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Newspapers are evolving and this causes great changes in how newspapers reach their consumers,
    but also in how newspapers work internally. Advanced computerised support is needed in order to
    cope with the new needs, which require that machines are aware of a greater part of the underlying
    semantics. Ontologies and Semantic Web technologies are clear candidates for web-wide
    semantics. However, newspapers have made great investments in their current news management
    systems and their wish is to undertake a smooth transition. Our proposal is to build an ontological
    framework based on existing journalism and multimedia standards. These standards are based on
    XML technologies. Therefore, we have developed a generic XML Schema to OWL mapping,
    complemented with an XML to RDF one. Together, they allow reusing existing metadata that,
    once in a semantic space, facilitates data integration, news management and retrieval. The
    resulting ontological framework is being applied in the Diari Segre Media Group1, which produces
    press, radio and television content.

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    Publicado el 24.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Market Research 3.0 Is Here: Attitudes Meet Algorithms in Sentiment Analysis

    The explosion of social media channels has the potential to revolutionize market research. New social media-based studies can be conducted more cheaply and efficiently, in real-time and may more accurately capture individual and group opinions. Companies are already mining the words, tones, streams and demographics of social media consumers for their own purposes. User data is deconstructed and then constructed into a picture on brand attitudes, market needs and social habits.

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    Compartido el 8.6.2009 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    O'Reilly Radar

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    At O'Reilly, a big part of our business is paying attention to what's new and interesting in the world of technology. We have a pretty good record at having anticipated some of the big technology developments in recent history. For instance, we launched the first commercial Web site, GNN, in 1993; we organized the meeting at which the term "open source" was first adopted; we were early investors in Blogger, which helped launch the blogging revolution; and more recently, our Web 2.0 conference launched a world-wide meme. We call this predictive sense the "O'Reilly Radar." And while we're certainly not always right, we are, at least, good at making interesting guesses.

    Our methodology is simple: we draw from the wisdom of the alpha geeks in our midst, paying attention to what's interesting to them, amplifying these weak signals, and seeing where they fit into the innovation ecology. Add to that the original research conducted by our Research team, and you start to get a good picture of what the technology world is thinking about. What books are people just now starting to buy, and which are falling off in interest? Which tech-related Google AdWords are rising or falling in price? What can we learn from predictive markets tracking tech trends? What do help-wanted ads tell us about technology adoption?

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