The House that Jack Built

<Farmer> <sowed> <Corn> <kept> <Cock> <woke> <Priest> <married> <Man> <kissed> <Maiden> <milked> <Cow> <tossed> <Dog> <worried> <Cat> <killed> <Rat> <ate> <Malt> <in> <House> <builtBy> <Person foaf:name=”Jack” /> </builtBy> </House> </in> </Malt> </ate> </Rat> </killed> </Cat> </worried> </Dog> </tossed> </Cow> </milked> </Maiden> </kissed> </Man> </married> </Priest> </woke> </Cock> </kept> </Corn> </sowed> </Farmer>

FOAF super-connectivity daydreams from 2002.

“indirectly inspired by John Pilger’s ‘The New Rulers of the World’, FOAFCorp and www.theyrule.net/

This is the man, all tattered and torn, ...

Flickr & MusicBrainz Machine tags: If you’ve got it, flaunt it

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:

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). There must be many 1000s of artist photos on Flickr, perhaps we’ll see tools to improve their tagging so they can be re-used more easily…

Nearby: Matthew Dear in DBpedia(RDF), in Freebase (RDF), …