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Graham Perrin

Introducing Balloons: Free multimedia overlays for bloggers | Zemanta Ltd. - 0 views

  • Balloons: Free multimedia overlays for bloggers
  • July 30th, 2009
  • Today we’re introducing “Balloons“,
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  • dynamic overlays that allow any blogger or online publisher to integrate multimedia content into their pages.
  • use Zemanta as usual
  • insert links
  • After your post goes public,
  • additional icon
  • allow your readers to access the information
  • without having to leave
  • content from from the Creative Commons-licensed Freebase database
  • includes information from sources such as YouTube, Wikipedia, Google Maps, and MusicBrainz
  • millions of articles from Freebase contributors.
  • Balloon links will appear only when we can show a smart overlay
  • It’s about standards and open web The underlying code for Balloons is open source and built on the Common Tag architecture
  • open tagging format
  • developed by Zemanta, Yahoo, AdaptiveBlue, Freebase, and others.
  • make content more connected, discoverable, and engaging.
  • every aspect of Balloons – from its open source code base to its use of Freebase’s openly licensed content – has been designed to ensure the easy, free, and open spread of information across the web.
Graham Perrin

Zemanta API companion - 0 views

  • Zemanta API companion
  • Zemanta service Everything you need to know about Zemanta API beside the specification
  • by Andraž Tori
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  • 07/14/08
    • Graham Perrin
       
      July 2008
  • Illustration 1: Authoring process with Zemanta
  • Illustration 2: Four basic types of Zemanta suggestions shown in blog writing application
  • Illustration 3: Roles in "classical" Zemanta ecosystem
Graham Perrin

SemanticWeb - Putting Wikipedia to Work for the Semantic Web - 0 views

  • services such as del.i.cious, Twitter, and Facebook
    • Graham Perrin
       
      … and Diigo (I hope)
  • Semantic tags are in, free text tags are out.
  • August 4, 2009
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  • Semantic tags will be a core building block of the next-generation web
  • leveraging the popular Wikipedia as a vast source of a universal controlled vocabulary
  • Wikipedia can serve as a great controlled vocabulary for tags
  • Every concept is unique, has a unique URI,
  • well-defined.
  • DBpedia did a very good job of extracting the structure or semi-structure
  • and expressing it in RDF
  • or a machine readable way.
  • Faviki helps users remove the ambiguity otherwise surrounding free text tags’ meaning.
  • You can use some concrete concepts as tags
  • yourself as the author as a tag
  • specific organizations or companies or people or specific ideas as tags
  • DBpedia’s linking between the various language versions of Wikipedia
  • users tag in 14 different languages
  • English as the universal reference
  • by opening the data, because that’s the idea of the semantic web, to make the data open and connect easily to various sources
  • last month, Faviki added the ability for users to use their own keywords or tags in a freeform way
  • and map them to semantic tags
  • connecting tagging with searching to accomplish this.
  • the new release lets users create new tags outside of Wikipedia, using Google returns from the whole world of web pages
  • users collaborate on which URLs are the best candidates for new concepts.
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Smart.
  • URL tags are not so clear as dbpedia
  • a bit more messy
  • a bit more dynamic,
  • but the idea was to make it semi-automatic. People make them and disambiguate them while adding tags
  • some kind of compromise.
  • Next steps for Faviki are around connecting with other services such as del.i.cious, Twitter, and Facebook, to make it easier for users to try it out.
  • Some longer-term plans would be to publish data from Faviki in linked data, to connect to the rest of inked data,
  • making that data queryable to developers via SPARQL.
  • Common Tag
  • as much a platform as an application
  • mappings between free tags’ association and some uniquely identified concepts will be very important
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I agree.
  • that kind of data will be interesting to developers.
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    Recommended reading for anyone interested in tagging, semantic tagging or the semantic web.
Graham Perrin

Zemanta Documentation - 0 views

  • Zemanta API
  • automatically query Zemanta engine for contextual information about the text that user enters
  • Structure of API call The end point of the API call is: http://api.zemanta.com/services/rest/0.0/
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  • use HTTP POST
  • API methods Supported methods: zemanta.suggest zemanta.suggest_markup zemanta.preferences
  • SDK On top of our API, you can also use our Javascripts
  • full WYSIWYG interface of our recommendations.
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Is this what's used for the bookmarklet of Faviki?
  • In-depth information is available in: Zemanta API companion PDF version
Graham Perrin

API - Faviki Wiki - 0 views

  • Tags are separated by ';'.
  • For multi-word tags, both '%20' and '_' can be used instead of space.
  • Parameters The values you’ll be sending to Faviki.
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  • tags, semicolon separated
  • tags tag1;tag2;tag3...
Graham Perrin

New release: Faviki makes semantic tagging (almost) as easy as classic « Favi... - 0 views

  • Faviki makes semantic tagging (almost) as easy as classic
  • July 2, 2009
  • custom names for tags
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  • better control over tagging
  • OpenID
  • Save API
  • defining new tags
  • several new features
  • mainly to facilitate the use of common tags
  • overcome Wikipedia’s limitations as a controlled vocabulary for semantic tags
  • common, “semantic” tags are unique, well-defined concepts
  • Is it possible to make semantic tags as flexible as classic ones? Can humans accept and love the format intended for machines?
  • Enhanced tagging interface
  • added in free form, resembling classic tagging
  • possible to use custom names for tags
  • If Faviki doesn’t understand a tag provided by a user, it will ask her to disambiguate it. It will then remember her choice
  • Faviki “learns” about user’s name of the tag
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Superb.
  • custom names for tags can also be modified explicitly on the Tag page.
  • Defining new tags
  • added the same way as Wikipedia tags. The difference is that, this time, Google search is not restricted to Wikipedia’s domain
  • only a few of the top results are allowed to be selected
  • users collaboratively create new tags
  • Users collaboratively decide the best URLs for a concept
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Title, URL, a little text and a thumbnail, with sources. Compare the two. Answer yes or no. Perfect!
  • Save/Edit API
  • a simple API that provides a way to save and edit bookmarks from other applications.
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Hurrah! I'd love to have this work with Diigo API for bookmarks…
  • OpenID support
  • uses RPX
  • Other features/improvements
  • Smarter autocomplete list
  • Converting tags
  • Spam control
  • Export/backup bookmarks
  • Tag description tooltip
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    @ Diigo Let's make best use of the Faviki Save/Edit API.
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    The bookmarklet for Faviki is compelling.
Graham Perrin

Bookmarklet for Zemanta - 1 views

  • Zemanta Bookmarklet
  • on Safari, Chrome and other browsers
  • pages that are supported by Zemanta: Google Mail Compose Yahoo Mail Compose Authoring pages of Wordpress, Blogger, TypePad, MovableType and other blogging platforms that are supported by our browser extensions.
Graham Perrin

Faviki - Social bookmarking tool using smart semantic Wikipedia (DBpedia) tags - 0 views

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    Left to right: * triangular switch to close (hide detail) or open   — green switch for other user's bookmarks   — amber switch for your own bookmarks * favicon of the bookmarked item * username of the most recent networker * title of the bookmarked item   — font size a little greater than the norm * date or time of networking   — font size a little less than the norm + save + spam?   — these options appear when you curse over the date/time. When the bookmark is open, detail comprises: * highlight from the page * personal note * tags   — Common Tag   — as you curse over each one, its definition * popularity   — the number of people who have networked the bookmarked item + overview   — this option appears subtly when you curse over the number. Example Faviki overviews http://www.faviki.com/webpage/wave.google.com_28277 and http://www.faviki.com/webpage/esw.w3.org_12350 suggest that early adopters of Faviki may not make greatest use of highlights and notes, but that's a separate topic …
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    Log in to Faviki to see recent bookmarks from all users at http://www.faviki.com/ The UI is nice.
Graham Perrin

Common Tag Brings Standards to Metadata - 0 views

  • This is the first time that this number of web companies have stepped together from day one to introduce a tagging standard
Graham Perrin

Common Tag Standard is released! « Faviki Blog - 0 views

  • Common Tag format is based on RDFa
  • The format uses the URIs of concepts defined on the Web
  • Common concepts
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  • databases of structured content
  • controlled vocabularies
  • Freebase and DBpedia
  • Common Tag is based on a small vocabulary
  • subclasses and optional properties
Graham Perrin

Web Companies Develop Common Tag Format - 0 views

  • With Common Tag, content is tagged with unique, well-defined concepts
  • metadata that defines each concept
  • describes how the concepts relate
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  • Semantic tagging is an important next step
  • more intelligent applications for aggregating, searching, and browsing
  • Using the Common Tag format
  • a range of services that help publishers and bloggers
  • a standard and extensible set of tags
  • services that help users discover tagged content
  • tools to relate those tags to web page content
  • automated tagging tools like those offered by Zemanta
  • discoverable through a single tag
  • More discoverable
  • Social tagging services like Faviki and Zigtag
  • allow end users to tag content using the Common Tag format
  • Services like DERI's Sindice.com provide developers with tools to find and incorporate related content into their applications using Common Tag
  • Yahoo and Google have begun reading RDFa--the markup standard used by the Common Tag format
  • More connected
  • Common Tag metadata connects concepts
  • AdaptiveBlue's Glue service plans to use the Common Tag format to help connect end users to other people with similar interests and to other related content
  • a developer might use Freebase's development tools
  • to create a simple application that takes an article
  • and allows users to
  • More engaging
  • directly within the article
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