Government 2.0: The Future of the Web and Linked Data
Gov 2.0 Expo 2010: Tim Berners-Lee, “Open, Linked Data for a Global Community”
One of my highlights at Gov 2.0 Expo was meeting Tim Berners-Lee. He is one of my heroes and he is impressively polite and earthy. Check out his brilliant presentation of using a bag of chips to explain the concept of #LinkedData in this video.
Tim Gives His Famous “Linked-Data” Chips Away
Sir Tim Berners-Lee gives his bag of chips, made famous in his Linked Data presentation to the fan pictured here (guy wearing glasses) talking with Tim. I took this picture after Tim was done with his panel on Four Perspectives on data.gov.uk. This Panel discussion was very informative and you can get a very nice presentation (PDF) on the topics here.
Happy Birthday, Sir Tim Berners-Lee!
Tim’s celebrates his birthday on June 08. You can send him belated birthday wishes at @TimBerners_Lee
The crew at RocketBoom posted this very nice video on YouTube about Tim & his work.
Sir Tim Berners Lee – Information Pioneer
This impressive video about Linked Data and the real semantic web was posted by WSI Digital Marketing
Sir Tim Berners-Lee is one of my Government 2.0 Heroes #gov20heroday (@govfresh)
Beyond Web 2.0! Strategy in Government
WebGUI And The Semantic Web
Here is a quick presentation on how Linked Data works by William McKee. This presentation covers: human to human collaboration, machine analysis of web content, XML, RDF, SPARQL, and many other aspects of the future web.
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference
The Gov 2.0 Expo was jammed packed with intelligent people and great information. It looks like some of the trends and strategies covered there will carry over to the #e2conf. There will be many smart people getting together at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston next week. A lot of my favorite people will be sharing information from this event online. The hosts of this event are also very generous with offering live streaming for those of us that can’t make it to Boston this year, so tune in at http://www.e2conf.com/