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You can't keep a good thing down.

#LinkedData is a classic example, despite confusion that has swirled around it for years.

I was watching @timberners_lee's @TEDTalks presentation on the subject earlier today, and it has aged very well.


#LinkedData principles add a powerful dimension to #StructuredData creation, courtesy of a #Hyperlink functioning as an unambiguous Entity Name.

Here's a @YouTube video titled "How the hyperlink changed everything" about this "deceptively simple" tool.

Once you the power of #LinkedData settles in, its importance to #KnowledgeGraph creation becomes clearer.

Here's a nice explainer video.

#SemanticWeb #Web30
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We believe that #blockchain and #tokenization will change our lives for the better by helping individuals and businesses achieve their full potential. #NFTcommunity, #NFTcollectors, and #NFTartists, we all can benefit and thrive in #Web30 economy with #NFTs.
But with #NTFs adoption & Ecosystem growth, #NFTcommunity is facing real-world alike, IT & Blockchain specific challenges that need to be solved due to personal & corporate finances involved 💰. We are all facing #gas costs, scams & frauds, bad marketplaces experiences, etc.
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I submit: this event was elegant and full of the innovation community of Geneva. Also, if the camera was pointed the other direction, there was a chaos of robots and steampunk DIY 🤩
@opengeneva @RadioTeleSuisse @HPE @ascaphe
Yes, I did get very inspired by a chance encounter with the @EcolintGeneva #STEMcenter cross-disciplinary approach, and yes I did then bring their robots to this elegant event...
...and yes I did then get journalists, public and innovators to play with said robots 🤖... @RadioTeleSuisse @nicolascapt @ascaphe @opengeneva @HPE
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In 1991... (I’m contributing in this thread a mini-history of 1991 at @cern by family friend @PitthanRainer who was one of the first testers of our WWW...) #web30 #ForTheWeb

In 1991... //: me to fb: “A friend at CERN is involved w the 30th bday party for the Internet. Wanna help? (Rainer would you like to be involved? I’m on the way to a meeting now:)” ://

Quoting @PitthanRainer “Well. on Sept 13 (I believe) 1991 I had a coffee... #web30 #fortheweb
In 1991, (quoting @PitthanRainer) “Well. on September 13 (I believe) 1991 I had a coffee on the Terrace of the CERN Main Cafeteria when Paul Kunz joined us. He came from somewhere teaching UNIX and was going to see Wim Berners-Lee, per Wim's request.” #web30 #ForTheWeb
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As you may know, today is the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web. Hooray! #Web30 #ForTheWeb So, let's look at a really important part of its history: Did you know, from the start, the very first web browser was designed to help you read *and write* the web? This is IMPORTANT.
The web wasn't meant to be a jack in the box, where you turn the crank and every once in a while it scares the hell out of you. It was meant to be a box of legos — where you could play with it, sure, but you could take it apart & build anything you could imagine. We *create* it.
Perhaps the original sin of the web was that this ability was lost. Some of it was the primitive tools of the time made it hard to easily create web pages. But there were big commercial interests that wanted to separate consumption and creation on the web. And they won. For now.
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When the web came around, it felt like a utopia.
One world, with no borders. No distances. No geography. It was like a dream.
We thought we'd be getting rid of conflicts, as now anybody could be in direct contact with anyone else.
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Happy Birthday, Internet 🎉!

Das WWW feiert heute 30. Geburtstag und wir blicken auf seine Historie zurück und wie alles begann. Ein Thread. 1/11
Wir schreiben das Jahr 1948. Der erste programmierbare Computer wird ‘Baby’ 👶 genannt und wiegt über eine Tonne. 2/11

#Web30 #ForTheWeb @sciencemuseum
1950: Die ersten Computer kosten ungefähr so viel wie ein Privatjet. Wofür hättet ihr euch entschieden? ✈️oder 🖥? 3/11

#Web30 #ForTheWeb @sciencemuseum
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In 1989, @timberners_lee submitted a proposal that would change the world.

To celebrate #Web30, for the next 30 hours we're asking everyone to contribute to a crowdsourced timeline of web milestones.

Share your web moments at #Web30 #ForTheWeb:
Starting now, Sir @timberners_lee is speaking from @CERN, where it all began. #Web30 #ForTheWeb

📺 Watch the live stream:
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Happy 30th birthday World Wide Web!

Follow the celebrations today via #web30

Webcast starting shortly: Image
It begins!

Let's start celebrating 30 years of the World Wide Web!

Follow the #web30 webcast: Image
"The Web has been an incredible and powerful tool to reach out to the whole world, to break down barriers, to bring education and information to all and thus to reduce inequalities." Fabiola Gianotti - CERN Director General #web30
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I'm thrilled to be traveling to CERN to be part of the #web30 celebrations! It's been *just* 30 years. (The events will be livestreamed). Also, did I mention visiting CERN? Lots of opportunities for me to tour tunnels and fangirl. 😀 #web30
Also, thank you scheduling deities for making the 30th anniversary of the www both the spring break for UNC *and* the week for the international human rights festival in Geneva. Now if someone can turn that rain forecast to either sun OR snow, we're, like, perfect.
Unlike young'uns, I grew up information deprived——no internet, limited TV/radio and I didn't speak English so limited books. I was among the earliest web users in Turkey and it was magic. But can't just be nostalgic. Everything good needs to be defended and reinvented everyday.
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