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Pushing the BagIt manifest concept a little further

February 20, 2009


I really like the idea of BagIt – just enough framework to transfer files in a way that errors can be detected. I really like the idea of RDF – just enough framework to detail, characterise and interlink resources in an extremely flexible and extendable fashion. I really like the 4 rules of Linked Data […]

Modelling and storing a phonetics database inside a store

October 20, 2008


Long story short, a researcher asked us to store and dissmeninate a DVD containing ~600+ audio files and associated analyses comprising a phonetics database, focussed on the beat of speech. This was the request that let me start on something I had planned for a while; a databank of long tail data. This is data […]