If you’re attending the Infonortics Search Engine Meeting in Boston next week, please let me know! I’ll be there all day Monday and Tuesday, and I’ll be talking on Tuesday afternoon about “Enabling the Information Seeking Process”.
I’m sticking around in Boston to attend the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers Spring Conference, where I’ll be presenting “Exploring Semantic Means” on Thursday morning. My presentation there will similar to the one I delivered at the New York Semantic Web Meetup, but I’m also hoping to sneak in a live demo!
Hopefully I’ll see some of you there! I also apologize in advance if my blogging is a bit thin over the next several days. I’ll post reactions to the two conferences as soon as I have the time to gather them.
6 replies on “Presenting at Infonortics Search Engine Meeting”
I plan on attending.
Excellent, looking forward to seeing you there!
Will Frank Bandach of eeggi be there?
If he is, watch out! (The Mad Scientist)
AltSearchEngines would greatly appreciate permission to republish a summary of the event.
He’s speaking tomorrow morning:
Semantic Coherence and a New Search Paradigm
This presentation discusses the engineering of an indexing-numeric language for the manipulation of semantics, grammar, concept novelty, responsiveness, disambiguation, translation, and its evolution into basic rationality towards a new search engine paradigm.
You’re more that welcome to re-post anything I have to say about the event–I’ll try to get a summary together as soon as possible after the event–and by the end of the week at the latest.
Very interesting presentation, I’ll be bying your book!
Thank you! You’re presentation was interesting as well, and I’m curious to learn more about how media like SMS and Twitter are changing the way we express sentiment.