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Worst Master's Degree for Jobs?

I'm not usually one to shy away from controversy as many friends and colleagues will tell you. Please excuse me while I let off a little steam. Today I saw a post in my G+ feed indicating that the No. 1 Worst Master's Degree for getting a job is ... mine.

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Semantic Link Podcast With Guest Nova Spivack

As many of you may have seen on SemanticWeb.com, we've kicked off 2012 well on the Semantic Link podcast. This month we were joined by veteran semantic entrepreneur Nova Spivack and our conversation surrounded privacy, UI/UX design and whether or not we've yet found a definition for the word "semantic."

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A Brief History of Classification

The earliest known means of classifying an object and keeping it in order are girginakku. These are ancient Mesopotamian clay tablets that were attached to scrolls and tablets and used to identify the contents. Examples of tablets approximately 5300 years in age can be found in the British Museum.

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