Speaking at CDE

Volume 7, Issue 58; 12 Apr 2004; last modified 08 Oct 2010

A demonstration essay (and a link to the slides) for my presentation at Berkeley’s Center for Document Engineering.

'Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

Abraham Lincoln

This essay serves basically the same purpose as my December essay on Practical RDF. I’m using it as part of a demonstration of RDF aggregation during my talk at the Center for Document Engineering.

Metadata from this photograph of Alexand Norm

Alex and Norm at CDE
Alex and Norm at CDE

is combined with metadata from my Palm, and from this essay to construct several pages of the site.

There’s a diagram of this process in my slides [URL forthcoming].

During the talk, I mentioned, among other things, the co-depiction experiment. One of the research groups here is doing some interesting work with face recognition, camera phones, and something like co-depictions. I got another good one for the archives after my talk:


Happy trails.