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Harald Sack
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Senior Researcher in Semantic Web Technologies, Knowledge Discovery & Multimedia Analysis
Senior Researcher in Semantic Web Technologies, Knowledge Discovery & Multimedia Analysis

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Georg Trakl - Rausch und Poesie
Verfall - Georg Trakl (1909) Am Abend, wenn die Glocken Frieden läuten, Folg ich der Vögel wundervollen Flügen, Die lang geschart, gleich frommen Pilgerzügen, Entschwinden in den herbstlich klaren Weiten. Hinwandelnd durch den dämmervollen Garten Träum ich ...

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The answer to a question from our current MOOC on 'Semantic Web Technologies' 

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Submission process is still open for SIREMTI 2015 Workshop on Situation Recognition by Mining Temporal Information taking place at MobiCASE in Berlin, November. We are looking forward to your submission! https://sites.google.com/site/siremitei2015/home

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Wer heute einen fröhlichen Beitrag zu einem neuen Produkt erwartet, den muss ich enttäuschen. Gedanken zur Flüchtlingsdebatte http://blog.schminktante.de/2015/09/07/refugees-welcome/ #refugees   #refugeeswelcome   #controversy  
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On May 7, 1855, German engineer Oskar von Miller was born. He is best remembered for being the founder of the "Deutsches Museum", a large museum of technology and science in Munich.
#museum   #engineering   #technology   #Munich   #München  

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On April 1, 1908, American psychologist Abraham Maslow was born, who developed the 'Hierarchy of Needs' 
#psychology  

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On March 25, 1801, poet, author, and philosopher of early German Romanticism Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg, better known under his pen name Novalis passed away...

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On March 8, 1712, English physician & plant collector John Fothergill was born. http://blog.yovisto.com/john-fothergill-physician-and-gardener/

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Could you imagine life without a telephone? Alexander Graham Bell, who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone was born ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in 1847. The telephone is considered his most famous invention an intrusion on his real work as a scientist. Bell however, refused to have a telephone in his study.

Explore the works of Alexander Graham ‪#‎Bell‬ and hundreds of telephones through Europeana: http://bit.ly/alexander-graham-bell-europeana

Image: Bell on the telephone in New York (calling Chicago) in 1892. WikiCommons, Public Domain. http://bit.ly/1M3jiJX
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