Linked Data, Intelligent Content and Utility on the Web – a talk with Aaron Bradley

Today I am grateful to the genies of search, poststructuralism and marketing for granting me access to the one and only Aaron Bradley and allowing me to present you with his valuable thoughts on intelligent content, commoditizing data, linked data, knowledge graphs and writing. Yes, writing - that big thing between soliloquies and product descriptions. I also want to warn you about something: there are too many conceptual thinking parts here. So please, for best experience onboard, let sink ...

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Connections, textuality and a momentum

It seems to me that beyond the tools for keywords research and the content planning tables there is a space where we first envision connectivity. And this is where textuality starts to emerge: our own field of thoughts, things and tenets. A field intricately connected with other people's fields and threads of Web existence. Merging these fields brings new fabrics of interactions, rooted in what we have envisioned to connect to. I wrote The Brave New Text with the hope that it will be a ...

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Knowledge, the Semantic Web and a Koan with a Candle

Yesterday my Tai-chi teacher told me a koan. I prompted him in a way. As I was struggling with a tai-chi movement, telling my teacher that I have to allocate a lot of computer processing power  as to understand the intricate details of the movement and then map them to my body's movements and enter the flow of the form. He laughed. Knowledge And then told me this. Once, a disciple of his was so much engrossed in learning the "theory" about the movements that he very much resembled a ...

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