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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Back in the early days of the Web, every document had at the bottom, “Copyright 1997. Do not redistribute.” Now every document has at the bottom, “Copyright 2008. Click here to send to your friends.” –from an interview with Google’s chief economist, via flowingdata.org
From Sander van Zoest at Uncensored Interview, a convention for representing MusicBrainz identifiers using Flickr’s Machine Tag mechanism. Example: A photo of Matthew Dear, tagged as follows: musicbrainz:mbid=3d191c12-be64-4f90-94d8-ac324b2b3544 wikipedia:en=Matthew_Dear It also includes a Wikipedia identifier which could be used to link to DBpedia (though this might duplicate information also available within MusicBrainz’s advanced relationships system). [...]
A must-read for those who care about standardised access to non-public Web data.