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Old 11-03-2009, 06:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Walled Gardens, Semantic Data and the Open Web: an Interview with Steven Pember

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During the NLUUG end-of-year conference "The Open Web" in Ede, Netherlands, we did an interview with keynote speaker Steven Pemberton. Steven Pemberton is a researcher at the Center for Math and Information Technology in Amsterdam and has been involved with the web since it's first incarnation - he vividly remembers the day the connection from Europe to the US was doubled to 128 Kbit.



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