If you missed BIB Day One Story, it's here : https://storify.com/v_clayssen/books-in-browsers-2014-sa …
- — ePubSecrets (@ePubSecrets)Fri, Oct 24 2014 15:58:50
- BEN DE MEESTER, Ghent University – iMinds – Multimedia Lab, Belgium
Interlinking books with the world: Using the Semantic Web to create books as reliable, machine-understandable information service providers
- — Ben De Meester (@Ben__DM)Fri, Oct 24 2014 16:31:34My slides at #bib14 about Interlinking books with the world http://www.slideshare.net/BenDeMeester/bib14-interlinking-books-with-the-world …
- — PubPerspectives (@pubperspectives)Fri, Oct 24 2014 16:05:57
- — Amanda Mecke (@AmreaderToo)Fri, Oct 24 2014 16:11:49#BIB14 Book as database: "sparkle a book" & you can find info w/o having to read the book" Why do this for Les Miserables as non-scholar?
- — Amanda Mecke (@AmreaderToo)Fri, Oct 24 2014 16:13:15I see only semantic web as making book data mining faster, e.g. "free,' not as a substitute for close reading, at least for fiction. #BIB14
Books in Browsers 2014 - San Francisco - day two
Books in Browsers is a small summit for the new generation of internet publishing companies, focusing on developers and designers who are building and launching tools for online storytelling, expression, and art.