Monthly Archives: December 2010
Wolfram Alpha is defining a huge ontology, is filling the ontology with data from all over the world and is making all this data available through a native language interface where people can ask questions and get an answer. So … Continue reading
A number of people relevant to me are in my PIM application. These people could be offered as a tag in digikam. This way I do not have to manage people tags in digikam.
Sometimes I get a document from friends by email to look over it. I read them, make some edits to it and send it back to them. As I do get the document as an attachement of an email, I … Continue reading
When working with a document, it should be possible to add people tags to this document. The tags are stored when the document is stored. Nepomuk knows what person is related to what document and where the document is stored. … Continue reading
It apears to me that lots of websites dealing with lots of files (like music, pictures, news, books, ..) do not use hierarchical directory structure, but other forms of interfaces to get the user to those files user are interested … Continue reading
Google is recording what pages we look at, for how long. Amazon is recording what books we are interesed in. For me it would be great if I would have automatically documented what I do when. Then I could answer … Continue reading
The following video demonstrates with digikam how efficient it is to filter within thousands of pictures. No navigation through directories is needed and no renaming of files. The video also shows that the user interface to find pictures by filtering … Continue reading