Flash Mob Science, Open Innovation and Semantic Publishing

on May 17, 2013 by Phillip Lord in position, Comments (1)

Publishers are experiencing a sea change in the way business is done and how they are able and will be able to monetize the intellectual property (i.e., content that […]

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Science, Semantic Web and Execuses

on by Phillip Lord in Uncategorized, Comments (1)

Science, Semantic Web and Excuses Is the data that supports the claim in your last paper available? Are your ontologies available? Are the terms of your vocabulary dereferenceable? Where […]

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Polemic on future of scholarly publishing/semantic publishing

on by Phillip Lord in position, Comments (0)

I think barely-started, unfinished work is important to see, early. As early as possible. Just give us the <expletive> data, people! (as RDF, preferably) As Barend Mons espouses, let’s […]

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Linked Research

on by Phillip Lord in Uncategorized, Comments (2)

Controlling information is just an idea, after all – not to be mistaken with something new. An idea that’s like a splinter in the minds of some, driving them […]

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Call for Participation: Sepublica 2013 -an ESWC Workshop

on by Phillip Lord in Call, Comments (0)

Machine-comprehensible Documents: Bridging the Gap between Publications and Data. May 26-30, 2013, Montpelier, France. Workshop Web site: http://sepublica.mywikipaper.org/drupal/ Relevant dates Submission Deadline: March 4,2013 Acceptance Notification: April 1,2013 Camera-Ready: […]

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Call for Polemics at SePublica 2013

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There is much controversy in the world of publishing and semantic publishing needs to both create waves in publishing and to ride the waves of change approaching in the […]

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