The Interface Between the Worlds of Cloud Computing and the Semantic Web

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The Semantic Link is Open

I look forward to lining up some great conversations – and guests – in the year ahead

At the end of last month, I wrote about the new Semantic Link podcast that I’m involved with for SemanticWeb.com.

We recorded the first episode earlier this week and it’s now online, along with an introduction to the series from myself.

Please do have a listen, and let me know what you think whilst I work out how to automate adding these to my sidebar on this site…

I look forward to lining up some great conversations – and guests – in the year ahead. We will record and publish regularly each month. Where we can agree a topic well ahead of the recording date, I’ll let you know via the @TheSemanticLink twitter account, and invite questions for me to throw at both regulars and guests.

If there are particular topics you’d like to see covered, particular guests you’d like us to secure, or other comments you’d like to make, please do let me know

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Paul Miller works at the interface between the worlds of Cloud Computing and the Semantic Web, providing the insights that enable you to exploit the next wave as we approach the World Wide Database.

He blogs at www.cloudofdata.com.

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