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Linked Open Data Caching – Establishing a Baseline with HTTP

The other day I was pondering on Linked Open Data Source Dynamics and as a starting point I wanted to learn more about the caching characteristics of LOD data sources. Now, in order to establish a baseline, one should have a look at what HTTP, one of the pillars of Linked Data, offers (see also … Continue reading

Incentives for publishing and consuming linked data

Having read Adam Jacobs’ The Pathologies of Big Data and Stefano Mazzocchi’s Data Smoke and Mirrors I found myself asking: what is the motivation for people to publish linked data, and in turn to consume it (sounds funny you think? well, just because the data is available doesn’t necessarily mean it is useful or actually … Continue reading