Re: Making human-friendly linked data pages more human-friendly

2009-09-17 Thread Paul A Houle
I think there are a few scenarios here. In my mind, dbpedia.org is a site for tripleheads. I use it all the time when I'm trying to understand how my systems interact with data from dbpedia -- for that purpose, it's useful to see a reasonably formatted list of triples associated with an

Re: Making human-friendly linked data pages more human-friendly

2009-09-17 Thread Paul A Houle
On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 7:23 AM, Kingsley Idehen kide...@openlinksw.comwrote: This is basically an aspect of the whole Linked Data meme that is lost on too many. I've got to thank the book by Allemang and Hendler http://www.amazon.com/Semantic-Web-Working-Ontologist-Effective/dp/0123735564

Re: Making human-friendly linked data pages more human-friendly

2009-09-17 Thread Paul A Houle
On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 12:19 PM, Kingsley Idehen kide...@openlinksw.comwrote: Schema Last vs. Schema First :-) An RDF virtue that once broadly understood, across the more traditional DBMS realms, will work wonders for RDF based Linked Data appreciation. That's the conclusion that I'm coming