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  • What this means, if I'm understanding the technology correctly, is that Google's recipe search will not just scan a Web page looking for words like "sweet" and "sour" and "chicken," but will actually read embedded meta-data that will assure browsers that the resulting recipes actually include the searched-for terms.

    Google's recipe search is still a work in progess

  • Of course, an even better solution is to capture all information about a particular run of the model (including subsequent commentary on the results) as meta-data in the configuration file, so that no wiki pages are needed: lab notebook pages are just user-friendly views of the configuration file.

    2009 May 12 | Serendipity

  • Two key challenges seem to stand out in this work: (1) the lack of shared ontology between scientific sub-communities who want to share datasets, and (2) the inevitable separation of data from commentaries on that data (which includes problems of knowledge provenance, and meta-data management).

    Data sharing and boundary objects | Serendipity

  • The data is messy, the meta-data standards are not in place, the resources to curate this data are not in place.

    steve | Serendipity

  • Developing more descriptive meta-data for the huge datasets used by climate scientists is an area where software engineering and information systems research can make a useful contribution.

    Meta-data for climate datasets | Serendipity

  • Bear in mind of course, that releasing datasets requires a non-trivial amount of work (to define the meta-data, and document the processing that has occurred), and often will still be useless to anyone else anyway.

    Who is pulling the strings? | Serendipity

  • A few issues are present in this version including possible errors on start-up, search is no longer working and playing a track with no album meta-data will crash Banshee.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • I gather employers get some sort of meta-data out of that kind of quandary, but if you simply want to know what a swath of the public actually thinks about anything, how can it possibly be useful?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Further Left You Are the Less You Know About Economics:

  • Front-end developers to treat “view” area are not familiar with complexity of logic and meta-data in real world.

    In defense of microformats | FactoryCity

  • That means, anyone who accesses your digital photos can (if you haven't wiped the location meta-data) work out where you were when you take the snapshot.

    Was that Mark Zuckerberg watching Wimbledon in Tower Hill last June?

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  • Seems to mean: "resources to curate the data" Perhaps self-referential extra associations in context.

    May 8, 2012