All posts tagged: o’reilly

Lak11 Week 3 and 4 (and 5): Semantic Web, Tools and Corporate Use of Analytics

Innovation / Learning

Two weeks ago I visited Learning Technologies 2011 in London (blog post forthcoming). This meant I had less time to write down some thoughts on Lak11. I did manage to read most of the reading materials from the syllabus and did some experimenting with the different tools that are out there. Here are my reflections on week 3 and 4 (and a little bit of 5) of the course. The Semantic Web and Linked Data […]

Notes and Reflections on Day 2 and 3 of I-KNOW 2010

Innovation / Learning

These are my notes and reflections for the second and third days of the 10th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies (I-KNOW 2010). Another appstore! Rafael Sidi from Elsevier kicked of the second day with a talk titled “Bring in ‘da Developers, Bring in ‘da Apps – Developing Search and Discovery Solutions Using Scientific Content APIs” (the slightly ludicrous title was fashioned after this). He opened his talk with this Steve Ballmer video […]