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Kasabi at SemTech London

August 26, 2011 by

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In a few weeks (26-27 September, to be precise), a fair chunk of the Kasabi team will be at the Semantic Technology and Business conference in Hotel Russell. Talis is sponsoring the event, a couple of us are giving talks, and we’ll be at a stand in the exhibition hall alongside Talis’ consulting team. We’ve […]

Open Data, Hacking and Events

June 28, 2011 by

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Last week, I had the fun of giving a very quick talk and a demo of Kasabi in Nottingham. I was at the Open Source GIS conference, and the track covered open government data. I also had the pleasure of being able to listen to the session ahead of my talk. Dr Mooney and Professor […]

SemTech Thoughts

June 16, 2011 by

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Attending SemTech 2011 last week I was struck by a shift in emphasis from “What If?” to “Here’s How”. I think there were more people sharing their experiences, technical & business approaches, and general war stories than on previous years. I think this reflects both the extent to which semantic technologies are, slowly, percolating into […]

They seemed to get the big ideas before I could even say them…

May 11, 2011 by

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Last night, I had the privilege of introducing Kasabi to a room-full of Semantic Web enthusiasts. We had gathered in the back of a rather characterful wine bar just south of the Thames as part of a regular meetup organised by Marco Neumann and Ian Bailey. I had been invited to talk about our new […]

data 2.0 conference

April 8, 2011 by

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This week, I did something that was certainly worth staying up late for, when I remotely took part in the data2con . I was not able to attend in person but the organisers certainly ticked the “greater accessibility” and interoperability box by having a live screen of the keynotes and main panel discussions. Why, you […]

Looking ahead to Strataconf

January 12, 2011 by

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The new O’Reilly conference, Strataconf, is being held in Santa Clara at the beginning of February. Over the past couple of months it’s been shaping up to be a really special event in the conference calendar with a great array of speakers, topics and attendees. I set up a personal schedule for the conference to […]

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