Semantic Scraping: How to beat Sindice in 2 days for $20

author: Joshua Wulf, Red Hat
published: July 4, 2012,   recorded: May 2012,   views: 116
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Comment1 Giovanni Tummarello, July 7, 2012 at 9:34 p.m.:

thanks for the mention :)

For further studies may i suggest that you guys download Sig.ma ? its open source and did this years ago + it has a quite praised user interface.

Sig.ma uses sindice, but not only, it also can use yahoo (in parallel + any23 + proper caching) the way youdo here.

The thing has been there since years, and open source downloadable since over a year

http://sig.ma

might have been worth mentioning that any23 is also a piece of sindice (made it open source over a year ago, some of our guys still contributing to it).

Gio

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