Semantic BitsXmp (9.12.2005, 09:33 UTC)
xmp, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Embedding metadata is one option to "enrich" content and XMP aims to fulfill the role of a metadata format suitable for embedding in a diverse range of media formats. XMP
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Semantic BitsPhishing (9.12.2005, 09:07 UTC)
Phising, originally uploaded by Ina galway. A sophisticated phishing attack has proven so successful, it has tricked eBay's own fraud investigations team into endorsing it as legitimate, according to an independent security consultant who reported the attack to eBay.In late November, Richi Jennings received a fraudulent e-mail message containing the subject line "Christmas is Coming on ebay.co.uk." Offering him "great tips for successful Christmas selling," the message directed him...
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Semantic BitsThunderbird (9.12.2005, 08:27 UTC)
Thunderbird, originally uploaded by Ina galway. A developer has added tabbed browsing of e-mail messages to Mozilla's Thunderbird e-mail client, mimicking one of the most popular features of the Firefox and Opera Web browsers. It is unlikely the feature will be found in Mozilla's imminent release of Thunderbird 1.5 -- currently in testing -- but software developer Myk Melez has put test versions of Thunderbird online with the tabbed browsing feature included. However, there are dou...
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Semantic BitsWiki Travel (9.12.2005, 08:19 UTC)
WikiTravel, originally uploaded by Ina galway. A free and Updated travel guide.This is really useful travel portal site. Wiki Travel
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Semantic BitsSony Mediamax (9.12.2005, 08:03 UTC)
Sony Mediamax, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Sony BMG is being caught up in a row about more of its anti-piracy software. Digital rights groups warned the music maker about vulnerabilities its MediaMax copy protection system created on users' PCs. The same groups have now found that a patch Sony produced to close these holes is itself insecure and leaves users open to a separate attack. The MediaMax system has been used on more than 5.7 million CDS spread across 50 titles sold...
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Semantic BitsccMixter (8.12.2005, 11:58 UTC)
ccMixter, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Sampling,Mashing,sharing. ccMixter
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Semantic BitsPerplex city (8.12.2005, 11:40 UTC)
Perplex city Originally uploaded by Ina galway. British company that is pioneering a new genre of online game, widely known as alternate reality games, has secured a $3 million round of venture capital funding. Mind Candy, a development house that operates a game called "Perplex City," said it received the funds from Index Ventures, an investor in Skype and other technology companies. Mind Candy will use the funds to expand the scope of its current game, said Michael Smith, chief e...
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Semantic BitsAjax (8.12.2005, 11:28 UTC)
Ajax, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Excellent Ajax Primer
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Semantic BitsSEO (8.12.2005, 11:23 UTC)
SEO, originally uploaded by Ina galway. SEOmoz has an interesting writeup regarding search engine optimization. The article has quite a bit of info and is geared so that even the inexperienced used can learn the basics of search engine optimization. "It is our goal to improve your ability to drive search traffic to your site and debunk major myths about SEO. We share this knowledge to help businesses, government, educational and non-profit organizations benefit from being listed i...
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Semantic BitsGmail (8.12.2005, 11:18 UTC)
Gmail, originally uploaded by Ina galway. It's only been about a week since Google introduced Anti-Virus capabilities into Gmail, and now the Googlers are now ready to start offering a few more interesting features that may raise a few eyebrows. Their "What's New" page has changed once again and outlines a few extra features that aren't yet available!!! More new Gmail features
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Semantic BitsWikipedia founder Jimmy Wales (7.12.2005, 12:28 UTC)
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Online encyclopaedia Wikipedia has tightened its submission rules following a complaint. Prominent journalist John Seigenthaler described as "false and malicious" an entry on Wikipedia implicating him in the Kennedy assassinations. When he phoned Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia's founder, he was told there was no way of finding out who wrote the entry. Wikipedia has since removed the entry and now requires users to register b...
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Semantic BitsPodcasting (7.12.2005, 12:21 UTC)
Podcasting 2, originally uploaded by Ina galway. The word "Podcast" is the word of the year.The term is defined as "a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar program, made available on the internet for downloading to a personal audio player". It will be added to the online version of the dictionary during the next update early next year.Podcasts have grown quickly in popularity over the past 12 months as they are an easy way of getting digital content and playing it when ...
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Semantic BitsFriends Reunited (7.12.2005, 12:17 UTC)
Friends Reunited, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Broadcaster ITV has agreed to buy Friends Reunited, the website which has 15 million users and brings together old school friends, for £120m ($208m). The website has the UK's eighth-largest online presence - and profits have risen since the firm expanded to offer genealogy and internet dating services. ITV said it would pay an extra sum of up to £55m in 2009, according to Friends Reunited's performance. The deal will al...
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Semantic BitsSPARQL (7.12.2005, 12:13 UTC)
SPARQL, originally uploaded by Ina galway. SPARQL-A new draft
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Semantic BitsRIYA-Your privacy IS endangered. (7.12.2005, 12:07 UTC)
RIYA, originally uploaded by Ina galway. RIYA recently launched a beta facial-recognition service for the masses. The service builds on current multimedia search techniques. With billions of bits of information out there, finding what you want is impossible without good search tools, and there hasn't been a really good way to search multimedia files like photos, video and sound. A common current practice, used by photo sites like Flickr, is to encourage users to tag photos, and the...
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Semantic BitsChristmas time in Galway (4.12.2005, 16:54 UTC)
Christmas time in Galway, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Galway city has been tastefully decorated for the Christmas with street lights and decorations.
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Semantic BitsAndrew and Myself in The G (4.12.2005, 16:51 UTC)
Andrew and Myself in The G, originally uploaded by Ina galway.
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Semantic BitsAndrew and Bastian (4.12.2005, 16:51 UTC)
Andrew and Bastian, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Andrew and Bastian at The G.
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Semantic BitsThe G (4.12.2005, 16:50 UTC)
The G, originally uploaded by Ina galway. The G is an absolutely beautiful 5 star hotel that has just opened in Galway.The elegant and stylish hotel was designed by the London based Galwegian milliner Phillip Treacy.
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Semantic BitsPulling pints in Stranos (2.12.2005, 10:05 UTC)
Pulling pints in Stranos, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Peter the owner of Stranos very kindly let us pull our own pints last nite...
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Semantic BitsStranos (2.12.2005, 10:01 UTC)
Stranos, originally uploaded by Ina galway. The madness continues...I wish these people would go home...they make me drink so much Guinness... : )
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Semantic BitsAndrew and Myself (30.11.2005, 14:43 UTC)
Andrew and Myself, originally uploaded by Ina galway.
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Semantic BitsTigh Neachtains Quay Street (30.11.2005, 14:42 UTC)
Tigh Neachtains Quay Street, originally uploaded by Ina galway. My friend Andrew is in Galway to visit...we had great craic last night after several pints of Guinness.
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Semantic BitsDolphin Beach Cliftden (30.11.2005, 14:41 UTC)
Dolphin Beach Cliftden, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Another beach to check out next summer...
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Semantic BitsSky Road Cliftden (30.11.2005, 14:40 UTC)
Sky Road Cliftden, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Of course having visitors around always is an incentive to go out to Conemarra,every time I go I find something else I have never seen.This castle is close to the Sky Road in Cliftden.
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Semantic BitsLetterfrack (30.11.2005, 14:37 UTC)
Letterfrack, originally uploaded by Ina galway. Conemarra is only an hours drive from Galway and its a gorgeous place.This was taken close to the Conemarra National Park recently.
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Semantic Bitsvlog nation (29.11.2005, 13:04 UTC)
vlog nation, originally uploaded by Ina galway. The vlogosphere has arrived.video blogging, or “vlogging,” a video expansion of traditional blogging that, in roughly one year of existence, already boasts a tightly knit global community, legions of devoted fans, and its own hit shows and celebrities. To wit: People like you are creating, uploading, subscribing to, and sharing a vast and varied catalogue of video content online, and getting well-known for it, all with unprecedent...
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Semantic BitsUk text messaging soars in October (29.11.2005, 12:55 UTC)
Uk text messaging soars in October, originally uploaded by Ina galway. A staggering 2.9bn messages were sent in the UK during October, an average of 93.5m text messages sent per day, according to figures released by the Mobile Data Association (MDA). Person-to-person texts sent across the UK GSM network operators last month show an increase of 25.7 per cent on the total sent during the same period in 2004. The MDA's annual forecast for 2005 is 32bn with a cumulative total to date o...
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Semantic Bitsipod DJ (29.11.2005, 12:50 UTC)
ipod DJ, originally uploaded by Ina galway. CHICAGO -- The jukebox at the bar Brian Toro manages isn't gathering dust just yet -- but it may only be a matter of time.The popular nightspot is among a growing number of places across the country where people can bring their iPods and other portable music players and, for as long as the bartender allows, share their personal favorites with the crowd."Everybody wants to be a DJ," says Toro, a 29-year-old Californian who recently moved to Chicag...
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Semantic BitsRSS-not just for blogs (29.11.2005, 12:36 UTC)
RSS not just for blogs, originally uploaded by Ina galway. RSS feeds are not just for blogs anymore, but are becoming the way that all digital media (whether news or podcasts or video) is published and consumed. Think of RSS as a distribution mechanism for any kind of content.
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