Tag Archives: w3c

FRBR and W3C Media Annotations

Just spotted this review of FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) in the group’s wiki. Also some interesting notes on modelling. It seems the Media Annotation work is starting out well, both in terms of the analysis they’re performing, the relationships they’re seeing (FRBR is from the Library world and often passed over by industry [...]

Nokiana: the one about the CIA, Syria, and the N95

Matt Kane resurfaced on Bristol‘s underscore mailing list  with this intriguing snippet, after some travels around the middle-east: ” … discovered N95s (not mine) cannot be taken into Syria”. I asked for the backstory, which goes like this: Quite a palaver. Got the train from Istanbul to Syria (amazing trip!). At the border they didn’t [...]