Small databases, loosly joined

Over the last month or so, I’ve had a SPARQL store (just an ARC instance plus a loader script) running on the Amazon EC2 sandbox I set up for FOAF experiments. Yesterday I installed a fresh SparqlPress bundle into my own blog, which runs on another server. So how to get the data across? Since […]

Public Skype RDF presence service

OK I don’t know how this works, or how it happens (other Asemantics people might know more), but for those who didn’t know: At http://mystatus.skype.com/danbrickley.xml there is a public RDF/XML document reflecting my status in Skype. There seems to be one for every active account name in the system. Example markup: <rdf:RDF> <Status rdf:about=”urn:skype:skype.com:skypeweb/1.1″> <statusCode […]

Google boost Jabber + VOIP, Skype releases IM toolkit, Jabber for P2P SPARQL?

Interesting times for the personal Semantic Web: “Any client that supports Jabber/XMPP can connect to the Google Talk service” Google Talk and Open Communications. It does voice calls too, using “a custom XMPP-based signaling protocol and peer-to-peer communication mechanism. We will fully document this protocol. In the near future, we plan to support SIP signaling.” […]