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AGROVOC published as Linked Open Data

 In September 2011 our  team published the multilingual Agricultural Concept Scheme AGROVOC in the Linked Open Data Cloud.  This was the fruit of a year long restructuing of the traditional thesaurus into a concept based scheme that represents knowledge in the area of agriculture and related areas. Within very few weeks  1000 s of out and inlinks from other vocabularies were produced to link to AGROVOC.

A Review of the Must-Read ‘Inquisition of Climate Science’

A Review of the Must-Read ‘Inquisition of Climate Science’ - This article is cross-published at Climate Progress. John Atcheson has more than 30 years in energy and the environment with government, private industry, and the nation’s leading think tanks. He is working on his own novel about climate change. James Lawrence Powell’s The Inquisition of Climate Science is a straightforward, thorough, [...] [Science Progress]

Expert consultation in Beijing on Building the CIARD Framework for Data and Information Sharing

 From June 20-23. I participated in the international Expert Consultation on   Building the CIARD framework for Data and Information Sharing"  (http://www.ciard.net/news/highlights-expert-consultation-beijing-building-ciard-framework-data-and-information-sharing)

This conference was a major step forward to outline a framework for better information sharing in agricultural research for innovation

 

Unter Linken - Teil 1

Waehrend Berlusconi soeben sein Mandat verlaengert bekommen hat, die Italienische Rechte zugrunde zu richten und einige Vollidioten in der Innenstadt Roms Brandsaetze werfen,  habe ich Fleischhauers'   "unter Linken" zuende gelesen.  Im Gegensatz zu seinen  Kritikern habe ich mich auf jedem Fall schlapp gelacht und entdeckt, dass ich doch dann auch ein Konservativer bin. :-)  Dabei ist mir ein Stueck eingefallen, dass ich vor einiger Zeit geblogt habe.

http://www.johanneskeizer.com/?q=node/582

 

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Altes Zollhaus

After my  3rd attempt, I finally succeeded. Twice I tried to book a Dinner at the "Altes Zollhaus" in Kreuzberg. Twice I was rejected.  This Tuesday I succeeded without problems and the place was not overcrowded as I feared. Seems to be that Friday is a very bad day to book at the "Zollhaus".

Well, another noteworthy dining experience after Gruenfisch yesterday.   We had:

Gruenfish

Picture at the moment not availablewww.gruenfisch.de/ has good reports wherever you find something written about the Restaurant. I went there on October 22 and I only can confirm all the good things that have been said about this Restaurant.

My delightment started with the initial offering of fresh made bread with a spread from basil and dried tomatos and a wonderful sicilian olive oil.

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