Linked, open, semantic?

Paul Walk, Weblog, Nov 11, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

It's a simple point, but worth reiterating: "It seems to me that the following are true:
1. data can be open, while not being linked
2. data can be linked, while not being open
3. data which is both open and linked is increasingly viable
4. the Semantic Web can only function with data which is both open and linked."
This is why, when I talk about educational technology, I talk about both the openness of learning content, as well as the semantics (the linking) of it."
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