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last updated at 2002-01-08 20:31
 
danbri_: News spreads to Germany
 
danbri_: Idea is that you could query RDFWeb (via SOAP using RDFAuthor if feeling fancy) for the channels that were foaf:made by persons matching some or other criteria.
 
mnot: This is a great metadata interface (see also: iTunes). I'd love to see RDF interfaces like this...
mnot: Even more interesting, iPhoto appears to understand dublin core metadata in the comments (a la rdfpic), or at least can extract the datetime from them; if I import a photo with rdfpic metadata embedded, it will prefer the date in dc:date over the file's stat() timestamps!
mnot: Unfortunately, I can't find any docs regarding iPhoto's treatment of metadata.
AaronSw: Yeah, I'd love to have XML export so I can move the stuff in iPhoto straight to my website.
AaronSw: They did a lot right: allowing files to exist in multiple folders, providing for easy search and classification, etc.
libby: it's cute, but I want extensible metadata
libby: searching's no fun without 'foaf:depiction'
 
dmiles: JavaDoc http://216.39.172.56/javadoc/
dmiles: loopy explaination :) http://logicmoo.sourceforge.net
dmiles: that site is VERY out of date
dmiles: will be updating it all to the new code this week
dmiles: This is a Java based MOO/MUD based on a 1-to-1 serization to XML.. now.. but tio RDF/DAML shortly
danbri_: java and logic moo links: javadoc, sourceforge writeup.
dmiles: inspired by http://ilrt.org/discovery/2001/03/rdf-moo/
dmiles: there is a bot on OPN Irc server sometimes called 'jamudirc' that when messaged will connect you to the MOO telnet server
 
danbri_: "Most site maps fail to convey multiple levels of the site's information architecture. In usability tests, users often overlook site maps or can't find them. Complexity is also a problem: a map should be a map, not a navigational challenge of its own."
danbri_: "The greatest failures in our study came from site maps that attempted to lure the user into a dynamically twisting and expanding view"...
danbri_: I just sent a brief note to www-rdf-interest on this. A lot more people read that than #rdfig, and I've been forgetting to hang out there lately.
 
"Semantic Web"
dajobe: "semantic web" is a trademark held by Stefan Decker -- Ontoprise products
dajobe: US trademark server broken today so can't check there. European server says "Powering the Semantic Web" is US TM by Invention Machine Corp, Boston, US and "empolis k42 Semantic Web server" is UK TM by empolis, Swindon, UK
 
dajobe: GPLed software for visualizing graphs up to 500K nodes and edges
 
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