I forgot to post this earlier in the month, but I’ll be giving a talk to the Chicago Semantic Web User Group this month. Extending last months talk, this month we will cover some more pragmatic concepts in the Semantic Web, with some examples of querying RDF using SPARQL. If anyone wants to come, the details can be found on the meetup page. You MUST RSVP. We are hosting the meeting in a secure building, so we need the names of everyone beforehand. Also, there will be some pizza, beer and drinks, so we want to have enough.
If you’re around Chicago next week and have any interest in the semantic web or just want to heckle me, feel free to stop by. We have quite a few people coming with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. It’s a great networking event.