Monthly Archives: October 2010

Setting up a local DBpedia mirror with Virtuoso

So you’re the guy who is allowed to setup a local DBpedia mirror for your work group? OK, today is your lucky day and you’re in the right place. I hope you’ll be able to benefit from my hours of trials and errors ;) Continue reading

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Daylight saving time

Well, you’ll have noticed, in Germany the daylight saving time striked once again… as per Romain I was reminded that many people have a problem remembering when the time is changed in which direction, so here comes my mnemonic (“donkey … Continue reading

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Beautiful data visualizations and why we need open data

Today when I attended a talk at LWA 2010 I remembered a nice talk about beautiful data visualization by Hans Rosling, that I want to share with you (it’s worth the time): When I searched for this talk I also … Continue reading

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