This week, Karen Coyle wrote a post about LCSH as linked data: beyond “dash-dash” which provoked a discussion on the id.loc.gov discussion list. It seems to me that there are several memes at play in this conversation: LCSH and SKOS As Karen points out, LCSH is more than just a simple thesaurus. It’s also a [...]
Articles in category 'Knowledge Management'
The NKOS Special Session at DC2005 was a stimulating session, filled with people who’d thought long and hard about the issues involved in knowledge management. The session, chaired by Traugott Koch (now of UKOLN), brought together enough people and ideas to make a whole afternoon go by very quickly.
There was an interesting discussion at lunch about SKOS and I finally had something click about the taxonomy of terms for ontologies. Yeah, yeah I know, but give me a second… It seems to me that it goes like this: 1. In the beginng was a controlled vocabulary, and it was good, but it was [...]