Tom Scott – Using linked data to describe the natural world

16 Feb

Jo McEntyre from the Literature Services team invited the BBC’s Tom Scott to talk to us about how they use linked data, a URI system that makes sense and customised ontologies.

Unfortunately, I don’t think Tom’s slides are available online. I sketched my notes… make of them what you will!

Francis Rowland's sketch notes from Tom Scott's talk

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  1. Deep user experience, information architecture and the BBC « EBI Interfaces - April 5, 2011

    [...] of you may also have attended Tom Scott’s talk in the middle of February, where he told us about how he and his colleagues work with linked data [...]

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