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Data Portability

The room to share opinions and ideas on data-portability subjects
<<futuRINÔ>> @rinôçérôse
It's just some ''Music News Feeds'' FF = FB @ http://techdirt.com/article... - Good reading ! - <<futuRINÔ>> @rinôçérôse
Because Without Patents, No One Would Ever Come Up With News Feeds from the no-status-updates-allowed dept A bunch of folks are talking about a patent that was recently granted to Facebook (7,669,123) that covers creating an automatically generated news feed based on things that you do. While not quite as broad as some of the original reports claimed, it's still fairly broad, and highlights pretty clearly how ridiculous the patent system is. - <<futuRINÔ>> @rinôçérôse
Mike Chelen
"The MGED Society is an international organization of biologists, computer scientists, and data analysts that aims to facilitate biological and biomedical discovery through data integration. Our approach is to promote the sharing of large data sets generated by high throughput functional genomics technologies. Historically, MGED began with a focus on microarrays and gene expression data. However, the scope of MGED now includes data generated using any technology when applied to genome-scale studies of gene expression, binding, modification and other related applications. Members of MGED work to establish standards for data quality, management, annotation and exchange; facilitate the creation of tools that leverage these standards; and work with other standards organizations and promoting the sharing of high quality, well annotated data within the life sciences and biomedical communities." - Mike Chelen
Mike Chelen
Passive Income
Mike Chelen
YouTube - SVG Web Library and Open Web Advocacy - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
YouTube - SVG Web Library and Open Web Advocacy
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"Find out how you can use SVG to deploy beautiful and interactive content that is search-engine friendly, accessible, creates extremely small file sizes, and has embedded video, animation, and fonts." - Mike Chelen from Bookmarklet
Alexandros Georgiadis
Open Stack, FTW! Facebook joins the OpenID Foundation! « The Real McCrea - http://therealmccrea.com/2009...
Open Stack, FTW! Facebook joins the OpenID Foundation! « The Real McCrea
Brady Brim-DeForest
Who's coming to the Open Source Bridge conference in Portland? http://opensourcebridge.org/
Michael R. Bernstein
Official Google Blog: Adding search power to public data - http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009...
Official Google Blog: Adding search power to public data - http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/adding-search-power-to-public-data.html
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"Since Google's acquisition of Trendalyzer two years ago, we have been working on creating a new service that make lots of data instantly available for intuitive, visual exploration." - Michael R. Bernstein from Bookmarklet
I'm not sure why this would take two years. Google's pace of innovation is *really* slowing down. - Michael R. Bernstein
Alexandros Georgiadis
I keep meaning to post a blog entry about the bad experience I've had with OpenID lately. I used to be a proponent but now I'm no longer even really a fan. - Lindsay
Tyson Key
Hmm, probably a stupid question, but is there a list of all the feed types (and URLs) that Facebook offers for an account?
Alexandros Georgiadis
Perception and reality in the land of OpenID | FactoryCity - http://factoryjoe.com/blog...
Perception and reality in the land of OpenID | FactoryCity
Alexandros Georgiadis
Alexandros Georgiadis
So open it's closed » By Elias Bizannes » article » Liako.Biz - http://liako.biz/2008...
Christian Scholz
Data Without Borders Episode 3: Vote! (a discussion with 3 openid foundation board candidates) - http://datawithoutborders.net/dwb3...
Data Without Borders Episode 3: Vote!  (a discussion with 3 openid foundation board candidates)
In this episode we talk with Mike Kirkwood, Johannes Ernst and Chris Messina, all running for a community seat on the openid foundation board, about the foundation, their goals and the future and issues of OpenID. - Christian Scholz
jim1213
Knowlesys provides you problem-solving solutions, addressing vital concerns in the areas of Web Data Extraction, Web Crawler, Web Data Mining, and Web Data Integration. - http://www.knowlesys.com/solutio...
Christian Scholz
The Data Without Borders Podcast - http://datawithoutborders.net
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Trent, Steve and myself are doing a new podcast around the topic of personal data portability. Feel free to subscribe! - Christian Scholz
Michael R. Bernstein
fsb@crynwr.com: Thread on: Free *Network* Software Business? - http://www.crynwr.com/cgi-bin...
The entire discussion about business-model constraints that might apply to my recent idea for a brand new medium and content industry. - Michael R. Bernstein from Bookmarklet
Sebastian Küpers
Comment-Aggregation with OpenID and Two-Way-Discovery - http://pixelsebi.com/2008-11...
"I blogged about my thoughts to have a more holistic solution approach to solve the comment-aggregation issue based on OpenID. Would love to get your feedback on my thoughts! - You (edit | delete)" - Sebastian Küpers
Sebastian Küpers
"blogged about the thought if it wouldn't make sense to enable OpenSocial to work in an distributed environment? Why not adding apps on my profile, which I have on my DiSo enabled Wordpress blog?" - Sebastian Küpers
Sebastian Küpers
Google OpenID already works (nearly) everywhere - http://pixelsebi.com/2008-10...
You can already use a Google OpenID on any consumer website which supports the 2.0 spec. I tried it with ma.gnolia and Dopplr and did a few screenshots to document it. - Sebastian Küpers
Tyson Key
Do we need an "OpenData" specification? Or would something like the OpenSocial initiative fit the bill, out curiosity?
*should read "out of curiosity". Damn. - Tyson Key
Sebastian Küpers
Introduction to Social Sync - Wiring the Web - http://pixelsebi.com/2008-10...
Brady Brim-DeForest
Vincent Wright
"Passport vs OpenID vs Facebook Connect" - Vincent Wright from Bookmarklet
Vincent Wright
Checking out Open Web Foundation - Vincent Wright from Bookmarklet
Elias Bizannes
Can the administrator add the official DataPortability feed? A lot more articles come through there - http://feeds.feedburner.com/datapor...
Yes Elias, good idea! Thanks for telling me about that - directeur from NoiseRiver
Sebastian Küpers
A Renaissance of awesome User Interfaces will start soon! - http://pixelsebi.com/2008-07...
As soon we will reach the point at which we will have a real data portability and a technology which decouple us from specific platforms - because my data, social network information etc. will be updated in real-time independently from the service I use - we will see a renaissance of awesome interfaces. - Sebastian Küpers
Who's supplying the data? How would it be done? How secure would it be? - Franklin Naval
tbh - I can't answer you those questions - ask the guys who are all working on the data portability side - this post more points out, what could happen, if we have this situation - in the end I think the data side will be much more user-centric. - Sebastian Küpers
Sebastian Küpers
Data Portability and Virtual Worlds - http://pixelsebi.com/2008-07...
quote: "I have talked recently to quite a few makers of virtual worlds and most of them don’t have the topic “data portability” really on their agenda, yet. A few of them even see it as a big threat to their business model. But let me explain, why they should care about data portability from the very beginning." - Sebastian Küpers
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NoiseRiver: Filters are not the only next big thing! - http://blog.feedego.com/2008...
Phil Wolff
Mobile data portability: SkypeSync brings SyncML to Skype - http://skypejournal.com/blog...
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