WWW2004 conference chat 18-22 May 2004 - site http://www2004.org/ - weblog http://www2004.xmlhack.com/ - chat logs http://www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/discovery/chatlogs/www2004/
edd: transcription of slides welcome, as they can't be viewed by most people.
pshab: starting point that users not see what is on the web but what is biased by what is on the search engins
jhendler: I had "VOWL" first :->
pshab: by Daniel E. Rose, Yahoo!
libby: "the year of CSS3 :)"
karlcow: Talk part of the Semantic Interfaces and OWL Tools
libby: Steven Pemberton in "mixing markup and style for interactive content" session
mattb: search engineering track
FransW: demoed at the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) track
mattb: abstract with link to paper PDF
dajobe: links to their semweb work, ontology
pshab: Topic-Oriented Blogging - Judit Bar-Ilan
mattb: panel discussion
jhendler: by TimBL and some friends
jhendler: about 25M - 300k triples
danbri__: ie. the 1st web conference, when w3c was announced. It lays out some of the issues that SW addresses.
em: By Clint Boulton, May 16 2004
jhendler: Geoff Chappell's early attempt to a SW search engine - 250k documents, 20M triples
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