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  1. Shaun

    This is great, and the potential from this point forward is going to be greatly rewarding!

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  2. cyberandy

    Great post – it would be interesting to see all this information getting structured with something like WordLift (http://wordlift.it) that can semantically annotate the text of the posts using the custom vocabularies (currently stored in CKAN)

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  3. Carlos Velasco

    Wow! I like the fact that they are also sharing the plug-ins for the rest of the world to see.

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