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Workshop: How Linked Open Data supports Sustainable Development (Workshop at OKCon13)

From: Martin Kaltenböck <m.kaltenboeck@semantic-web.at>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2013 11:28:40 +0200 (CEST)
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Dear all
(apologise for cross postings)

happy to announce the following Linked Open Data (LOD) workshop at OKCon2013 (http://okcon.org), 
taking place in Geneva, Switzerland from 16th-18th of September2013 - supported also by the 
LOD2 project (http://lod2.eu):

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A workshop organised by REEEP (http://reeep.org), GBPN (http://gbpn.org) and the 
Semantic Web Company (http://www.semantic-web.at) on:

“How Linked Open Data (LOD) supports Sustainable Development & Climate Change Development” 

Part of the “Open Development and Sustainability” Program of the Open Knowledge Conference 2013 
(OKCon2013) – taking place on 18-09-2013, 11:45 to 13:15, Geneva, Switzerland. 
This workshop is also supported by the LOD2 project.

See all details here: http://bit.ly/14UHT2i

If you are at OKCon13 in Geneva in about 2 weeks and interested in the topic of 
Linked Open Data for Development - join in!!
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Martin Kaltenböck, CMC
Managing Partner, CFO

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