What has LOD2 to do with OntoWiki … and me?

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It is time to announce (another) webinar from LOD2 webinar series, this time about OntoWiki.

But first things first…

In September last year I joined Zemanta (allright!) as a researcher… and Zemanta is a partner in a FP7 project called Linked Open Data 2 – Creating Knowledge out of interlinked Data. I already wrote about LOD2 in one of the posts on our blog (you can check it out here).

Upcoming webinar is just one of the webinars in the series describing tools released as LOD2 Stack – tools that will help you (and us) create, enrich, interlink and visualize open data. First webinar (November 2011) was in an introduction to LOD2 Stack, while second one  (December 2011) presented Virtuoso universal server for linked open data.

If you think this has nothing to do with you, think again. :) We all can contribute in this way or another to create new knowledge, better data and share it with others. There are already a bunch of cool projects related to Open data (ever heard about Freebase? Or DBpedia?) and contributing to “open things” it’s a good idea. :)

Back to announcement…

On January 24, 2012 @ 4p.m. you can participate in third free LOD2 webinar about OntoWiki. OntoWiki is a tool providing support for agile, distributed knowledge engineering scenarios. It enables intuitive authoring of semantic content, it supports RDF, it fosters social collaboration and much more.

Date: 24.01. 2012, 04.00pm – 05.00pm CET
Information & Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/772475346

More information about webinar and registration: LOD2 webinar page.

It’ll only take one hour but it might change the way you see data for ever… ok, for now :)

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