Tim Berners-Lee - The 5 Stars of Open Linked Data


Added on Feb 18, 2013

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The father of the modern World Wide Web, Time Berners-Lee, speaks to the E-Government Conference about the Linked Open Data movement as part of a continuum of web publishing activities aimed at creating a Semantic Web. The idea he speaks of here is to give gold stars (like the ones you got in school) out to companies, schools, startups and organizations of all types based on their ability to publish data in Linked Data formats.

Channels: Educational   Technology   Money & Politics  

Tags: Linked  Open  Data,  LOD,  World  Wide  Web,  publishing,  activities,  five  stars,  star  rating  system,  e-Government,  egov,  W3C 


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