Blogging the Semantic Technology Conference

I noticed a big difference in the coverage in the blogosphere of this years conference versus last years.  That leads of course to the question: is it the conference or growth in blogging?  I don’t have any stats, but my sense was that blogging was very much in full swing last year, and it’s rapid growth may be behind it. 

That said I thought I’d sum up what I did see. 

Meaningful Data

Bruce MacVarish

Word Press

Library sputnik

Read/Write Web


Dean Allenmang

Bill Trippe



Dr. Data Dictionary




Magazine coverage as well

Red Herring


Not everyone was happy

Business Intelligence Network

This is probably just the tip of the iceberg, but compared to last year, seemed there was only a mention or two. Something’s happening.

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