If we know that X does Y when Z, is it possible that A does Y when Z, too? That’s often how innovations get their start, in the lab and elsewhere: by taking a familiar starting point and using it as a launch pad to explore new territory.
The process of creating articles is becoming increasingly difficult for new users due to increasingly restrictive criteria and the speed at which their articles are tagged and deleted. This trend is concerning because new users tend to leave the wiki when their work is deleted.
The English Wikipedia Articles for Creation WikiProject has recently adjusted in order to encourage new editors to create draft articles outside of the usual article space. However, it's unclear whether such initiatives are successful in improving the success rate of articles created by new editors or improving their retention. In this study, we'll discuss our analysis of newcomer created articles in the most active Wikipedia projects and answer questions about how different workflows affect the success rate of articles.
Many companies find themselves at a crossroads. The next few years will decide which business models will survive and which will undergo sweeping changes. Technological evolution, the modern consumer and the total market compel us to answer that one crucial question: who is prepared to re-invent their company as well as themselves?
When researching the emerging crowdfunding industry, we discovered a number of individuals providing remarkable insights into the new market structures, rules, players and opportunities. Using innovative ideas and approaches, these thought leaders have created a road map for investors and entrepreneurs who want to better understand and participate in this revolutionary form of innovation finance.
(toehk) In the United States, defending free-speech rights is a longstanding tradition. It comes naturally to people. That's not always the case in other countries, where government restrictions on the Internet are often accepted as a fact of life.
The web has changed a lot in the 25 years since Tim Berners-Lee first proposed its underlying technology, and not entirely for the better -- censorship, reduced net neutrality and surveillance are very real concerns.
LearningExpress Library™ 3.0 Comes to Tennessee: The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) now includes the latest version of LearningExpress Library, an online test preparation resource for academic and career development. LearningExpress Library offers materials that provide basic skills improvement in reading, writing, math, and basic sciences test preparation for academic and career testing. This newly-updated version features easier access to skill-building resources and new features designed to help students and adults prepare for success in school and in life.
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We menen dat de computer doet wat wij willen. Maar het is veelal andersom. Een bekende observatie, maar Marianne van den Boomen kleedde deze uiterst scherp en eloquent in met een analyse van metaforen. En promoveerde daar gisteren feestelijk op.Het instituut voor Network Cultures heeft het proefschrift ‘Transcoding The Digital – How Metaphors Matter in New Media’ ook als pdf beschikbaar gesteld. En er een Nederlandstalige synopsis van acht pagina’s aan toegevoegd
More and more, customer-centricity is becoming a thing. As in, an increasingly important philosophy to companies in managing day-to-day and even longer term planning. In comes in different forms: design thinking, social CRM, service-dominant logic, value co-creation. But it’s not pervasive at this point...
On the Semantic Web, vocabularies define the concepts and relationships (also referred to as “terms”) used to describe and represent an area of concern. Vocabularies are used to classify the terms that can be used in a particular application, characterize possible relationships, and define possible constraints on using those terms. In practice, vocabularies can be very complex (with several thousands of terms) or very simple (describing one or two concepts only).
There is no clear division between what is referred to as “vocabularies” and “ontologies”. The trend is to use the word “ontology” for more complex, and possibly quite formal collection of terms, whereas “vocabulary” is used when such strict formalism is not necessarily used or only in a very loose sense. Vocabularies are the basic building blocks forinference techniques on the Semantic Web.