7:16:56 PM # comment  trackback 
A few blog posts are bouncing around that identify Bryan Bell as the person behind SemanticBible. I've never met Bryan, though i greatly appreciate his Radio Userland templates (which i've derived mine from, which seems to be part of the problem). So to protect his good name, and prevent further misinformation, let's be clear: it's not him!
Here's my reconstruction of what happened:
- David Beckett, an important voice in the RDF community, found a story i wrote about using RDF for Bible bios and commented on it. At the bottom of the story (as always) is the statement "Theme Design by Bryan Bell." So he mistakenly attributed the story to Bryan (i can understand the assumption that bloggers do their own design design instead of ripping off somebody else's!).
- Now Reinout van Rees seems to have picked up his story, and notes that Bryan is busy using Semantic Web technologies (which may come as a surprise to Bryan!).
I certainly appreciate links and comments from others, but there's no reason to hold Bryan responsible for what somebody writes using his design template. There, now that's all straight.
9:01:25 AM # comment  trackback 
I'm pleased to see that SemanticBible has shown up in the list of OWL ontologies maintained by the Protege folks at Stanford. If you're interested in the Semantic Web and OWL, Protege is defnitely a must-have tool. There isn't a whole lot of OWL information out there yet, but it's growing.
Here's a Google query that finds OWL data (though you typically have to burrow into the link to see what it's really representing):
8:35:54 AM # comment  trackback 
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