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Apache Stanbol graduates to Top-Level Project

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

THE H OPEN: The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced that Apache Stanbol has graduated from project incubation. Stanbol is an open source Java stack designed to interface with a content management system (CMS) to enhance it with semantic information. With the elevation to a Top-Level Project, the ASF recognises that the project's community has been "well-governed" according to the foundation's principles and follows "The Apache Way" for running a project.

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Mo, 10/01/2012
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Cambridge Semantics Announces Successful Completion of Anzo Express Early Access Program

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

VIRTUAL STRATEGY MAGAZINE: Anzo Express Available for Free Download at CambridgeSemantics.com

Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 01, 2012

Cambridge Semantics announced the company has completed a successful early access program for Anzo Express. Anzo Express links together information from multiple Excel documents in real-time, enabling faster and more accurate collaboration, reporting, and analysis on Excel data. To get your free version visit our web site http://www.cambridgesemantics.com.

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Mo, 10/01/2012
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Google's Knowledge Graph: Implications for Search & SEO

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

SEARCH ENGINE WATCH: In May 2012, Google announced the Knowledge Graph which is designed to help users see factual summaries related to their search queries for such things as biographies of notable figures, tour dates for musicians, and the cast of movies.

The purpose of the Knowledge Graph according to Google is to help users:

    Find the right thing
    Get the best summary
    Go deeper and broader to discover more about the search

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Fr, 10/05/2012
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An Illustrated Guide To E-Commerce Markup Using GoodRelations

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

SEARCH ENGINE LAND: In How Search & Social Engines Are Using Semantic Search, I started this series with an overview. This article will give you a walk through on generating local and organization markup for a store.

We will look at an alternative vocabulary, namely GoodRelations, and take a deeper dive into the specifics of generating semantic markup for the e-commerce domain using GoodRelations.

To clarify, GoodRelations is a vocabulary for e-commerce. Microdata and RDFa are syntaxes. Schema.org for product is an alternate vocabulary for e-commerce.

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Do, 10/11/2012
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How Siri Works and Why It Matters for Local

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

STREET FIGHT: This smart post from Simon Pensen first appeared a few weeks back on Search Engine Watch, though it is new to me. In it, Pensen makes the case that Google and Apple are in a face-off for the future of search — a future that looks sort of like Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the semantic web, with some notable differences.

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Mi, 10/17/2012
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BBC's Adoption of Semantic Web Technologies: An Interview

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

CMS WIRE: The BBC’s website for the 2010 World Cup was notable for the raw amount of rich information that it contained. Every player on every team in every group had their own web page, and the ease with which you could navigate from one piece of content to the next was remarkable. Within the Semantic Web community, the website was notable for one more reason: it was made possible by the BBC’s embrace of Semantic Web technologies.

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Mo, 10/29/2012
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Semantic Research: Understanding the Connections Between the Dots

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

PROGRAMMABLE WEB: The Semantic Research API documentation is not publicly available. The company specializes in knowledge structures which primarily have to do with law enforcement and intelligence. In Semantic Research’s own words,

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Mo, 11/05/2012
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Semantic Search in 2025

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

SEARCH ENGINE WATCH: Tim Berners-Lee first spoke of a Semantic Web at his address at the first World Wide Web Conference in 1994. Given the technical level of the audience, his presentation was, for the most part, met with excited nods.

The Web Berners-Lee described was a far cry from the library-style repository of the Web at that time, but the concept wasn't so far-fetched, at least to the listeners with a more visionary nature.

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Di, 11/06/2012
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Semantic Query Editor Flint Gains SPARQL 1.1 Support

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

DR DOBBS: Developer data tool for multiple queries across diverse data sources

Public sector publishing solutions company TSO (the artist formerly known as "The Stationary Office") has announced an upgrade to its web-based open source SPARQL editor, Flint.

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Fr, 11/09/2012
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Webnodes Releases Semantic Integration Server

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

CMS WIRE: Norwegian CMS provider Webnodes AS is releasing a standalone solution called Webnodes Semantic Integration Server. The server is comprised of a SPARQL endpoint and an SDShare protocol-based integration server.
Webnodes Feels Your Integration Pain

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Mi, 11/21/2012
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