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"From the Ted Talk by Tim Berners-Lee: The next web"

Unscramble the Blue Letters

So, linked data. The meme went out there. And, pretty soon Chris Bizer at the Freie Universitat in Berlin who was one of the first plpoee to put inntsetrieg things up, he noticed that Wikipedia — you know Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia with lots and lots of interesting documents in it. Well, in those documents, there are little squares, little boxes. And in most information boxes, there's data. So he wrote a proargm to take the data, extract it from wiieipkda, and put it into a blob of linked data on the web, which he celald dbpedia. Dbpedia is represented by the blue blob in the mdilde of this sldie and if you actually go and look up Berlin, you'll find that there are other blobs of data which also have suftf about brelin, and they're linked together. So if you pull the data from dbpedia about Berlin, you'll end up pulling up these other things as well. And the exciting thing is it's starting to grow. This is just the grassroots stuff again, OK?

Open Cloze

So, linked data. The meme went out there. And, pretty soon Chris Bizer at the Freie Universitat in Berlin who was one of the first ______ to put ___________ things up, he noticed that Wikipedia — you know Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia with lots and lots of interesting documents in it. Well, in those documents, there are little squares, little boxes. And in most information boxes, there's data. So he wrote a _______ to take the data, extract it from _________, and put it into a blob of linked data on the web, which he ______ dbpedia. Dbpedia is represented by the blue blob in the ______ of this _____ and if you actually go and look up Berlin, you'll find that there are other blobs of data which also have _____ about ______, and they're linked together. So if you pull the data from dbpedia about Berlin, you'll end up pulling up these other things as well. And the exciting thing is it's starting to grow. This is just the grassroots stuff again, OK?

Solution

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  2. people
  3. interesting
  4. wikipedia
  5. berlin
  6. middle
  7. slide
  8. program
  9. called

Original Text

So, linked data. The meme went out there. And, pretty soon Chris Bizer at the Freie Universitat in Berlin who was one of the first people to put interesting things up, he noticed that Wikipedia — you know Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia with lots and lots of interesting documents in it. Well, in those documents, there are little squares, little boxes. And in most information boxes, there's data. So he wrote a program to take the data, extract it from Wikipedia, and put it into a blob of linked data on the web, which he called dbpedia. Dbpedia is represented by the blue blob in the middle of this slide and if you actually go and look up Berlin, you'll find that there are other blobs of data which also have stuff about Berlin, and they're linked together. So if you pull the data from dbpedia about Berlin, you'll end up pulling up these other things as well. And the exciting thing is it's starting to grow. This is just the grassroots stuff again, OK?

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