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Re: tutorial on Music and the Web of Data

From: Kurt J <kurtjx@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2009 19:07:31 +0100
Message-ID: <b55af8eb0907011107t197931ach7ff3f981b5cb965e@mail.gmail.com>
To: Christopher St John <ckstjohn@gmail.com>
Cc: public-lod@w3.org
> I don't know what background your audience will have, but you might
> consider going very light on the "Intro to the web of data" section,
> and skipping triples, N3, the details of SPARQL ("it's like SQL"),
> etc. I'm not saying don't demo SPARQL, I'm saying don't
> introduce any details of SPARQL till _after_ the demos, and only
> in answer to questions. Same goes for N3, RDF/XML, or any of
> the rest of it. No details, just a quick "it's kinda like this other thing"
> and on with _showing_ how it all works.

hmm, this is probably _very_ applicable here.  the audience will,
quite honestly, be mostly smarter than me ;-)   so starting with a
'primer' approach might seem boring or worse a bit condescending.
based on this advice, maybe the flow of the talk should be more like

1.  this is what linked music data can do (demo)
2.  this is how it does it (really briefly)
3.  this is how _you_ can do it
4.  questions?
5.  repeat w/ another demo

I did not mention before, but this is a 3 hour tutorial session that
will take place end of October in Kobe Japan.  So plenty of time to
suggest demos and content :-)

thanks Christopher!

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