Reminder: Cambridge Semantic Web meeting tomorrow at 6pm at MIT

Hi everyone,

One last friendly reminder that we'll be holding our monthly 
Cambridge-area Semantic Web gathering at the Stata Center at MIT 
starting at 6pm tomorrow (Tuesday) evening.

 From 6-7 we'll have three great presentations, and then we'll move over 
to the pub for further socializing, discussions, and libations.

Our scheduled presentations are:

+ Aaron Swartz - - speaking on exposing government data as 
linked, open data

  + Jordi Albornoz Mulligan - Cambridge Semantics - demo'ing the 
creation of RDF data from inside Excel & an Exhibit-like 
faceted-browsing Web interface on RDF data

  + Christopher Matheus (Vistology) & Jakub Moskal (Northeastern) - 
talking about a comparison of Jena, Jess, and and the BaseVISor rule 

If you plan to attend, please add yourself to the wiki at:

The wiki also has further information on the exact location that we meet 
- please feel free to email me with any questions, and-of course-to 
invite anyone not on this list to attend.


Received on Monday, 8 September 2008 15:56:11 UTC