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  • FOAF

    This week I was intrigued to read a blog entry from Yaron Goland that pointed to this video from the canadian privacy commissioner. The video seeks to educate canadians as to the perils of submitting data to online social networks and its well worth a couple of minutes of your time to go and read it. Yaron moved on to talk about an open social ...
    Posted to SSIS Junkie (Weblog) by jamie.thomson on November 24, 2007
  • Microsoft trial hosted data services

    There was some news over the weekend that probably went under the radar of most of you but I think its pretty important to know about.   Microsoft released an experimental version of a hosted data service built upon their data service technology, Astoria. Basically this service provides a very easy way of hosting your data in the cloud. ...
    Posted to SSIS Junkie (Weblog) by jamie.thomson on August 8, 2007
  • FOAF Viewer

    A better way of reading a FOAF file is the FOAF Explorer which presents the information in a FOAF file in a nice easy to read way. Click on the icon here to use it.  Here it is at work using my FOAF file: http://xml.mfd-consult.dk/foaf/explorer/?foaf=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jamie-thomson.net%2Ffoaf.rdf which you can find at ...
    Posted to SSIS Junkie (Weblog) by jamie.thomson on November 13, 2004
  • LINQ to EXCEL Provider + PostSharp = Cleaner Code

    Earlier in the year when I was doing some research into writing my own LINQ Provider I stumbled across a great listing of LINQ Providers, two entries looked very interesting; the first was LINQ to RDF(Semantic Web), the second was LINQ to Excel. The latter caught my attention as it was a very simple implementation of a LINQ Provider, which ...
  • The semantic web and FOAF

    Have you heard of the semantic web? Its the brainchild of Sir Tim Berners-Lee. He invented the world wide web and now he's trying to give us the world wide web v2.0 - and so far its been 15 years in the making. I read an interview with Berners-Lee in Technology Review a few weeks ago where he talked about the idea of the semantic web - ''The ...
    Posted to SSIS Junkie (Weblog) by jamie.thomson on November 13, 2004
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