⇒ Retro: Scientific Computing in the Open Web Platform
It has been far too long since I've written about my research, past or present, and I need to correct that. I've been rather silent over the past year or more — life has kept me busy with other things. As such, I have a backlog of information.
⇒ Open Data in a Private Context
> The open data premise is a grand idea which I fully support and need to replicate into other contexts.
⇒ Retro: Semantic Hybridization
In 2015, I presented a short paper about "Semantic Hybridization" at [XML Prague 2015](http://www.xmlprague.cz/archive/). It is a technique I've been promoting for using RDFa and JSON-LD together. Rather than make a choice of one or the other, use the strengths of each of the ways of representing semantic annotations. The result is you can often avoid awkward constructions just for the sake of annotations.
⇒ Changing Technology for the Web and Open Government?
[Code for America](https://www.codeforamerica.org) is a great organization that is helping city, county, and state governments deliver technology that serves their communities. I was researching projects and whether there was some place I could lend my expertise when I happened to discover that [they have at API](http://codeforamerica.org/api/)! Being a data geek, I thought it would be easier to crunch the data than navigate the website.