Say the venerable , though its "effects though aren’t."
I especially like this value proposition for the construction of ontologies.
_The structured data within a knowledge-based index reveals more shortcuts to computing the answer to search queries because they expose relational connections to concepts, within the ontologies mapped in the system. To understand the advantage offered by structured data and ontologies consider the magnitude of the task when asked to count how many yellow marbles exist in a room filled floor-to-ceiling with marbles and how much easier it becomes when all the marbles in the room have been placed in square boxes, each containing ten marbles and stacked by colour. _
#semanticsearch #ontologies #wcet
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said in the hangout:
"That is a good question.
In general, I’d try to avoid that.
So that you are really sure that your content kind of stands on its own and make it possible for other people of course to link to your content. Make it easy, maybe, put a little widget on your page, if you like this, this is how you can link to it. Make sure that the URLs on your web site are easy to copy and paste. All of those things make it a little bit easier.
We do use links as part of our algorithm but we use lots and lots of other factors as well. So only focusing on links is probably going to cause more problems for your web site that actually helps."
- Florida State UniversityFSU Certified Webmaster, 2004
In 2001, I graduated from the German Academy Brueschke in Bielefeld as a Specialist for Multimedia Office Communication.
The same year, I graduated from the Academy of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bielefeld as a Web Project Manager (IHK).
Additionally, in 2003 I passed an exam at Brainbench.com in Web Design Concepts. Also, in 2003 I passed my test at Brainbench.com as a Master Web Designer for Accessibility.
In the same year, I completed an online course of study at Carleton University, Sprott School of Business in Usability Testing.Lycos Europe Inc. in various positions for two years:
- 04.2001 - 07.2001 Intranet Webmaster;
- 07.2001 - 03.2002 Ad Format Specialist;
- 07.2001 - 03.2002 Trainer for Web Design for Accessibility;
- 03.2002 - 04.2003 Lead of Usability Testing, supervising the usability tests for the European Web Development.
I also hold membership with the following professional organizations:
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