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Re: NameNet LocatioNet ???

From: <heiko.grussbach@crpht.lu>
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 09:18:06 +0100
To: Simon Cox <simon.cox@ned.dem.csiro.au>
Cc: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFC3C6975A.2294F113-ONC125686D.002D6CD2@crpht.lu>

Thanks for the info,

but how about historical persons, Julius Caesar, George Washington and the
like? For them, the tax-office will
hopefully not have the information. But then, you never know...

Regards

Heiko




Simon Cox <simon.cox@ned.dem.csiro.au>@w3.org on 21-01-2000 08:58:17

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To:   heiko.grussbach@crpht.lu
cc:   rmm@enws293.eas.asu.edu, www-rdf-interest@w3.org

Subject:  Re: NameNet LocatioNet ???


For a couple of specific disciplines there are databases or "authority
lists"
which could be used to seed it -

Library of Congress "Tools for Authority Control--Name Headings"
     http://lcweb.loc.gov/cds/name_aut.html
Getty Research Institute "Union List of Artist Names"
     http://shiva.pub.getty.edu/ulan_browser/

Otherwise, you better contact the tax office!

heiko.grussbach@crpht.lu wrote:
>
>
> By the way, nobody responded so far w.r.t "NameNet". Any WWW-servers
> storing biographic information on people?

--
Best           Simon
(See attached file: simon.cox.vcf)



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