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    Publicado el 30.7.2012 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Taxonomy, Metadata, & Search: A Different View (Semantic Web)

    Tom Johnson has written an article sharing Seth Earley’s insights regarding taxonomy, metadata, and search. At a recent workshop, “Seth outlined a three-prong approach to information management: (1) Develop a taxonomy. (2) Apply the taxonomy to your content. (3) Leverage the taxonomy to view your content in different ways.” According to Johnson, “Taxonomy is one of those vague words whose meaning seems a bit slippery, but Seth was adamant that taxonomy is not navigation, though it affects navigation. By taxonomy, we’re referring to ‘a system for organizing concepts and categorizing content.’ A taxonomy is your metadata, ‘arranged in a tree-like structure, with top level categories that branch out to reveal subcategories and terms in varying levels of depth.’ The taxonomy ‘expresses hierarchical relationships (parent/child)’.” continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

    Publicado en semanticweb.com el: 7/24/2012 3:00:35 PM

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    Publicado el 21.4.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Marketing in 2010: It's All About the Data

    Josh Jones-Dilworth es el fundador y CEO de Jones-Dilworth, Inc. a PR Consultancy enfocada en acercar las tecnologías al mercado. Su blog es joshdilworth.com.

    En este interesante artículo nos sobre lo que en su opinión harán los mejores expertos de marketing y consultores de social media en 2010, poner los datos en el centro de todas sus acciones.

    "Remember that quote. In 2010 the very best marketers, PR professionals, and social media consultants will put data at the center of everything they do. For anyone unfamiliar with these concepts, just as with social media, data marketing may seem opaque or intimidating at the beginning. The only way you ever learn is by jumping in headfirst — become a data nerd, because data nerds are changing the world."

    Cuatro ideas fundamentales del artículo:

    • Los datos son tu mejor activo 
    • El periodismo de los datos es la punta del iceberg 
    • La importancia de la privacidad de los datos
    • Más que datos, metadatos

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    Publicado el 11.2.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    RaveRants, buscando sentimientos y opiniones

    RaveRants es un servicio Web que permite buscar en Twitter opiniones sobre cualquier tema: películas, espectáculos, productos, empresas, políticos, etc. El sistema obtiene cuantos tweets positivos y negativos hay, proporcionando una información rápida sobre si algo vale la pena o no. Actualmente buscan sobre un millón de patrones de sentimientos.

    Por ejemplo, ¿nos gusta la nieve?

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    Compartido el 7.6.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    Wolfram Alpha is not a search engine . Perhaps it will one day become one, but currently it's exactly what its tagline says: a computational knowledge engine.

    However, it looks like Google , it provides you with answers and therefore most users will try to use it as a search engine, which doesn't always yield good results. Once you start asking it the right questions, it'll give you better answers.

    I've spent a couple of days with Wolfram Alpha, and I've learned to love it for all the ways it's different than search engines such as Google. Here are some guidelines which will help you shake off that "search engine" frame of mind and perhaps help you start using Wolfram Alpha to its full potential.

     

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    Compartido el 25.5.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    Blog en español de negocios sobre Cloud Computing, Grid, Alta Disponibilidad y Escalabilidad.

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