I had the honor of being invited to participate in a linked data panel at the ALIA (Australian Library and Information Association) Information Online conference held in Sydney last month. We panelists were pleasantly surprised by the turnout—about 200 people attended our session, more than anticipated (standing room only). The conference organizers were amazingly prompt at uploading all presentations for the entire conference on the ALIA website.
Here’s my summary of the session’s highlights, reinforced by what was tweeted (#online17).
Monika Szunejko (National Library of Australia): “The links effect: The laws of attraction, linked data, and the national union catalogues of France …read more
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