It was about this time a year ago when it became clear to me that that the Obama campaign’s fact sheet called Connecting and Empowering All Americans Through Technology and Innovation implied developing a government collaboration platform based on Linked Data. Shortly after the election in November and while serving as an invited expert on W3C’s electronic government interest group I wrote the Open Government: Linked Open Data use case that called for “new set of information technology architecture principles that align open government with citizen engagement in a networked society enabled by linked open data.”
Archive for October 2009
Linked Data: Interpretants and Interpretation proposes an updated model theory to advance linked data using an elaborated triangle of meaning. Describes linked data as the internet-scale open government platform.