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Published 09. November 2011 (Original blog)

As part of my master thesis I was advised by my supervisors to write a disposition. It can be read here. I’m grateful for all comments ^\_^

Another update to the essay as part of my master thesis

Published 25. April 2011 (Original blog)

Well, don’t you know, I’m still a lazy ass when it comes to regularly updating this blog =/ The workload didn’t excactly ease when I came home from Thailand, so that’s the way it is.

Thought I should post a minor update concerning the essay I’m writing on as part of my master thesis though, you can find it here.

Hope you’re all good ^\_^

Semantic Web and JavaScript

Published 06. March 2011 (Original blog)

I’ve started writing on my essay, it’s available here. I’ll update it when suitable, and updates on major revisions will be posted on this blog.

I’m sorry that I’ve been a lazy ass regarding postings on this blog, but I was vacating in Thailand for three weeks. As you may imagine, coming home after three weeks ment a whole lot of catching up. But now I’m home, all is good, and I’ll try posting more regularly ^\_^

Master's Thesis – preliminary work

Published 27. December 2010 (Original blog)

Almost a whole month since my last post, not good… This doesn’t proclaim a promising start for this blog. But I hope you’ll excuse me, it’s been a crazy month in terms of exams, christmas dinners, working, voluntarily work, etc etc etc. I won’t bore you with the details.

But I will bore you with my newest undertaking: my Master’s Thesis! ^\_^ In short: It’s derived from Tim Berners-Lee asking on IRC:

Who would be interested in working on a standard very cool jqery-like RDF API for Javascript?

Typo aside, Kjetil Kjernsmo made note of this, and presented it as a possible theme for a master’s thesis. I jumped right on it, being quite interested in Tim Berners-Lee, jQuery, development of APIs and JavaScript. I didn’t really know what RDF was, but the other keywords intrigued me to learn about it. And hey, it’s part of making data open (enriching the quality of the data served and connecting them across domains), another interest of mine. So I think this can be quite interesting!

I will be using this blog to promote thoughts and key ideas/findings that I’ll stumble upon in my work. A wiki has been set up for me (as the first student ever on my university requesting it for the usage in a master’s thesis ^\_^), and I’ll use that as primary resource for connecting thoughts/ideas/findings. I’ve written about my preliminary work for those interested in the details.

I won’t be writing anything more before the vacation is at its end. Merry Christmas to you all (although a bit delayed), and a Happy New Year!