The Semantic Web or The Generic at War with the Specific
I'm especially proud of the way I failed to force people to sit through a detailed explanation of graph structures, subject-predicate-object triples, the use of URIs as identifiers, or any of the other traditional cruft that obscures the capabilities of semantic web technology under a morass of unnecessary detail. (Imagine introducing relational databases by first forcing people to understand index paging mechanisms, or learning to cook via an explanation of organic chemistry). The audience seemed to appreciate it.
 I struggled with this earlier over in /2009/03/linked-data-end-user-applications.html
 The translation from Keynote to Powerpoint to Google docs was not without problems. And you will definitely need to click through and get a larger version to read some of the screens.
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