Re: Deserted Island Sem Web reading list

I just finished it, actually - would you believe it's not available as an ebook? First print book I've read in ages.

On Sep 12, 2012, at 4:59 PM, Melvin Carvalho <<>> wrote:

On 12 September 2012 20:30, ProjectParadigm-ICT-Program <<>> wrote:
We are working on creating shortlists of books that are recommended for mastering complex issues in ICT for development (ICT4DEV).

Because access to internet AND academic publications in a library AND science journals in a library AND off-the-shelf paperbacks via online vendors is a luxury only the USA, the European Union and a select group of other countries have to offer to its citizens I am asking the input of the list subscribers on the Ultimate List for Semantic Web and Linked Data for a deserted island. Only ten (10) titles are allowed.

These ten books must cover all issues related to and/or relevant to linked data and the semantic web.

Recommendations and additional pointers are welcome. If we can do with less than 10 books I'd like to hear, if more than 10 are absolutely in order, too.

"Weaving The Web" is essential to understanding the semantic web vision.

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