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Interoperable Governments?

Work being undertaken under the direction of the The European Commission's ISA Programme is close to completion. The output is a set of 4 vocabularies that are designed to improve interoperability of public sector data. Developed initially in a European context, these vocabularies match deliverables of the W3C Government Linked Data Working Group which will develop them further to create globally recognized, stable standards that can be used with confidence by governments around the world.
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A toucan describedby data

An intense discussion on the Linked Open Data mailing list has lead to at least two distinct outcomes: a proposal for a new way to resolve URIs identifying non-information resources without losing the important distinction from information that describes them; and a correction to an ambiguity in the specification of wdrs:describedby.
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Augmented Reality: A Point of Interest for the Web

Last month's Augmented Reality on the Web workshop in Barcelona has sparked a good deal of debate within and around W3C. As the final report shows, the workshop brought together many different companies and organizations working on or with a direct interest in the field of Augmented Reality — but how can W3C help in this area?
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