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A Sugar Activity for Subsistence Farmers

Subsistence farming or agriculture is a form of farming where farmers mainly focus on growing enough food to be self-sufficient. Especially in African countries, where people are very dependent of own-grown food, this type of farming is very common. Subsistence

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Gossa and Myrthe in Ghana – part 1

Originally posted on videbo.wordpress.com:
Gossa and Myrthe, students from VU University Amsterdam are currently in Northern Ghana,  doing fieldwork for the  interdisciplinary ICT4D research project “Knowledge Sharing for the Rural Poor“. For this project they received a grant from the Network…

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Two new publications !

We just got two new papers out. The first one entitled “Let’s “Downscale” Linked Data” explains what our community is up to, the second one “The Entity Registry System: Publishing and Consuming Linked Data in Poorly Connected Environments “ takes

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How-to: Dual boot Android / FirefoxOS on a Nexus 7 edition 2013

As you know we bought a very cool phone to play around with Firefox OS but that’s not all, we also bought a Nexus 7 edition 2013. Sadly this tablet is not shipped with FirefoxOS but there are several tools

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We bought a smart-phone !

The ZTE Open powered by Boot2Gecko (B2G)

The World Wide Semantic Web team just made the acquisition of a smart-phone! … but it’s not any smart phone 😉 It’s a FirefoxOS-powered phone from ZTE. One of the early devices being pushed by the Mozilla foundation, and the

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WorldWideSemanticWeb in the e-Data Magazine

The WorldWideSemanticWeb community is mentioned in the October issue (page 6) of the KNAW’s E-Data and Research magazine issued by DANS. The article, in Dutch, is based on an article wrote by Stefan Schlobach, Victor de Boer and myself (Christophe Guéret)

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