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Going to see @JohnFinnemore at Bloomsbury theatre today and v excited!

Waving goodbye to and Hamburg. Heading to airport

RT @hvdsomp
Amazing work presented by @EstherDuesberg and colleague, both from Max Planck Institute for the History of Science “Digital sources and research data: linked and usable” Warning: CIDOC/RDF on board

RT @_jensen
Ok, here we go! We'd like to invite you to try out our new SLUB Linked Open Data Service under data.slub-dresden.de. The REST API provides our bibliographic data in schema.org as different LOD flavors (JSON-LD, NT, TTL, RDF).
slides.com/jensen/data-slub-dr

Nice example of enhancing library catalogue with external data (in this case from Wikipedia) mediatheques.agglo-moulins.fr/

RT @KarenS_Y
In 2019 BNE ecnriched 80K+ authority records with data from then mapped BNE IDs with Wikidata IDs from VIAF dump. @3186Ricardo notes concerns about Wikidata - ignores P737 (influenced by)

Really pleased that @3186Ricardo is talking about how datos.bne.es has been looking at data enhancement based on links to other data sources - it feels like first practical use of the linked nature of the data I’ve seen today

Interesting presentation by @digitopia_nl on linked data from KB national library in Netherlands. Not sure about the use of schema:role for author pseudonyms - schema:PerformanceRole feels like it would be a better fit?

RT @crowbot
TheyWorkForYou, one of @mySociety’s most well-used services, is part of the democratic plumbing of the UK, but has no dedicated funding. Help us run it through the election, and for another year crowdfunder.co.uk/theyworkfory

RT @acka47
At the Cocoda workshop, @nichtich recommends to set up a OpenRefine Reconciliation Endpoint for your vocabularies because it then can be used both with @coli_conc and with @OpenRefine. This shows, why reconciliation standards make sense (see w3.org/community/reconciliatio).

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