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Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on March 5, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s Com...
RDF, or RDFS/OWL if you prefer, does no more than manipulate the labels we use for concepts. Machines don't check meaning, they check the labels and their combinations based on the rules we've set. But I don't agree with Roger's definitions, either. If syntax can be checked by mac...
What I HeardI heard a few lectures about cloud computing this morning at ISOC-IL. Cloud computing is an evolutionary step up from grid computing
Written by Andy Greener     Posted on February 26, 2009 Andy Greener is a software architect at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs with responsibility for, among other things, interoperability and the use of standards. He is also strategy architect for HMRC’s...
The Financial Times yesterday ran a terrific op-ed by James Boyle, explaining the ridiculousness of the Conyers bill "that would eviscerate public access to taxpayer funded research." The op-ed is written in Jamie's light-hearted-yet-penetrating style, and should be read simply for th...
The global economic crisis focuses IT buyers' minds on efficiency and immediate financial benefits. Real software in areas such as business intelligence (BI) and complex-event processing (CEP) is in vogue. Abstract thinking is not.Thus comes
The global economic crisis focuses IT buyers' minds on efficiency and immediate financial benefits. Real software in areas such as business intelligence (BI) and complex-event processing (CEP) is in vogue. Abstract thinking is not.Thus comes
Learn how to migrate to the semantic web.
Over the past few years, there’s been a ton of buzz word creation; “RIA”, “Web 2.0 & 3.0″, “Semantic Web”, “Social Media”, “Microblogging” “Cloud Computing”, the list goes on. The truth is that all of us ...
I'm not going to discuss the economic meltdown and its devastating effect on technology companies and internet startups in this post, but rather something that crossed my mind earlier this morning: "Web 2.0" seems to become more and more a void (and an avoided) term. Of course, that's ...
Will the semantic web ever achieve widespread public adoption?
About ten months ago I announced that blueMarine was going to use some semantic web technologies. I planned to start blogging about that in May 2008, but indeed this branch of development was delayed, then frozen for a couple of...
Thanks, Roger, for summarizing my five paragraphs in your one sentence. :O) Bruce B Cox Manager, Standards Development Division OCIO/SDMG 571-272-9004 -----Original Message----- From: Costello, Roger L. [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2009 6:27 AM To: [email protected]
> Defaulting values came from SGML days and DTDs.. So it's been around for > a > while. Many folks have wanted the validation and augmentation steps > separate though no real progress on that. Adding default information and other properties is a very respectable thing...
Awesome message Bruce! Thank you. There is so much information packed into your short message. I'd like to focus today on one part. I'd like to verify that I have a correct understanding of the "unanticipated user." What is the "unanticipated user?" EXAMPLE Su...