I haven't written in a while because of my recent trip to the US. Once I got there I was jet-lagged, but still had to get straight into work. Even after the jet-lag wore off, I was spending my days working, and my evenings were also kept very busy (meeting people, reading code and sleeping). I got back last week, but I've been so wrecked that I've avoided spending too much time on the computer. I've managed to get a few things done (mostly some Kowari support), but haven't yet taken the time to blog.
I have a lot to write at the moment. I want to:
- Document some of what I was teaching in the US.
- Write about what I learnt at MIND lab.
- Talk about what I learnt about RDF and OWL over dinner with Jim Hendler
- Document some of my ideas for storing Java ASTs in RDF (including an API for manipulating the AST, and a dynamic class loader).
- Talk about some of the questions I've been asked about Kowari, and how certain problems should be addressed.
- My visit to Chicago and Herzum Software.
- My future plans for work.
It's late right now, so tonight's entry won't cover anything of significance. I just thought it would be a good idea to write something, simply to make a start. I'm meeting with a couple of people tomorrow, but I should be able to get some time to record something useful.