Following up on your question about my favorite RDF / AI resources ("your favorite resources related to linked data, particularly around it's use, implementation, etc?"), I added this - https://www.mail-archive.com/
firstname.lastname@example.org. org/msg05601.html (which Wikidata-l thread I had already sent you) - now as a course ...
| Preliminary SPARQL endpoint for Wikidata
| Markus Kroetzsch
| "Below this email are some example queries to get you started (this is a bit of a learning-by-doing crash course in SPARQL too"
... to the following wiki subject pages at WUaS, including creating the first one anew:
Had lots of vandalism, then "forbidden" access to WUaS MediaWiki page, and bot-like spam emails to WUaS's info@
worlduniversityandschool.org email address in the last three days ... and thus have a bunch of questions for Wednesday, April 15, at Hack Night SF (and on W, Apr 22, I'll be at Stanford Law for a China Guiding Cases talk).
These are exciting and timely Linked Open Data / AI / RDF / Wikidata developments, and especially for WUaS.
This is related and from the above - "Wikidata RDF Exports" ... https://tools.wmflabs.org/
wikidata-exports/rdf/ - and exciting (another favorite resource:).
Hi Andu and Lena,
In this whole Wikidata-l thread and in my reply to Jason below are resources for developing Linked Open Data. In particular, SPARQL, OWL and especially DBPedia are three Linked Open Data projects that Wikidata is working with. Markus Kroetzsch, who started this thread, is a founding core-developer at Wikidata and founder too of SemanticWiki, in which WUaS is also planning to develop.
You'll also find three key Wiki email lists here - http://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/2014/08/ california-tiger-salamander- wuas-in.html - and much more in this blog entry and in my blog as well about WUaS.
And here again the Wikidata tour I mentioned - https://tools.wmflabs.org/
wikidata-todo/tour.html#slide= 0 - and WUaS would like to develop in Wikidata with Linked Open Data for artificial intelligence eventually and here again is WUaS's new wiki -
Thanks so much for these resources re Memory and Technology and Hugh Cline's great interview about his new textbook "Information Communication Technology and Social Transformation: A Social and Historical Perspective" - http://newbooksintechnology.
com/2014/10/09/hugh-f-cline- information-communication- technology-and-social- transformation-routledge-2014/ ! Hoping his textbook makes it eventually into online libraries (http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/Library_Resources) for matriculated (WUaS) students!
Let's add such great resources as Plato's "Phaedrus" (with page references?) and Derrida's "Of Grammatology" to the "Memory" wiki subject at WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Memory - with time - and in multiple languages. And in terms of theorizing communication, let's add Derrida's first big book to the WUaS wiki pages of "Communications" (not yet created) and to the "Interspecies Communications" - http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/Interspecies_ Communications - and "Brain Computer Interface" - http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/Brain_Computer_ Interface - all accessible currently here - http://worlduniversity. wikia.com/wiki/Subjects .
New WUaS pages and updates
b. New pages:
Wikidata databases and ecosystems -
Pashto language -
Gospel Singing -
Italian language -
Social Transformation -
Information Communication Technology -
Management Information Systems -
Tibetan language -
Brazil Law School at WUaS -
Mexico Law School at WUaS -
Egypt Law School at WUaS
Tanzania, United Republic of