Linked Data: Content-Negotiation Becomes Available For WorldCat Data
Richard Wallis OCLC’s Tech Evangelist shares the news and does a wonderful job clearly explaining what content negotiation means as it relates to WorldCat linked data. It’s a blog post that can be understood by techies and non-techies and possibly very useful if you need to explain linked data to non-tech types.
Read the Richard Wallis Blog Post, “Content-Negotiation Begins Available For WorldCat (via Data Liberate)
See Also: “Linked Data – for the enlightened non-geek reader (or dummies) (or managers)”
A June 26, 2012 blog post by OCLC VP Jim Michalko on the OCLC Research Hangingtogether blog.
See Also: A June 2012 Blog Post by Richard Wallis: “OCLC WorldCat Linked Data Release – Significant In Many Ways”
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