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From: Tim McGrath <tmcgrath@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 11:32:42 +0800
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Peter,    (01)

Just to let you know that I do try and keep up with ontolog and really 
appreciate the service you provide for those who live in anti-social 
timezones.    (02)

I particularly enjoyed Dr Spohrer's presentation - especially the plug 
for Bob's and my book ;-)    (03)

Peter P. Yim wrote:    (04)

> We had an brilliant session today with Dr. James Spohrer, Director of 
> Services Research at IBM's Almaden Research Center. Dr. Spohrer's talk 
> was entitled "Services Sciences, Management, Engineering (SSME): A 
> next frontier in education, innovation, and economic growth and the 
> role of knowledge representation techniques in services innovation."
> Thank you very much, Jim, for sharing your work and insight, as well 
> as posing to us some of the challenges and the role ontologies could 
> play in this new frontier. We also want to thank Dr. Douglas Engelbart 
> for spending time with us, and for having inspired a lot of Dr. 
> Spohrer's work. Thanks are also due to Dr, E. Michael Maximilien from 
> Jim's research organization, for helping organize this event with me. 
> And, as always, appreciations to all who came, participated and helped 
> contribute to yet another great Ontolog session.
> The digitized (mp3) audio recording of the entire session has
> now been posted. That will be archived in our knowledge repository for 
> reference and download by anyone interested. See details at:
> http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2005_12_08#nidHXT
> Dr. Spohrer's input today adds true value to this collective knowledge 
> and intelligence that our community is building.
> Thanks & regards.  =ppy
> P.S. Our next couple of major events have already been lined up:
> Next week, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005,  Mr. Duane Nickull and Mr. Kurt 
> Conrad will be moderating a Technical Discussion Session on "Ontology 
> Applications and Implementations". A number of real cases will be 
> presented and discussed. Check out the details at our wiki session 
> page at: 
> http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2005_12_15
> Prominent ontologist and one of our Ontolog co-conveners, Dr. Leo 
> Obrst from MITRE, will be presenting to the community on Thursday, 
> January 12, 2006. His talk will be on: "What is an ontology? - A 
> Briefing on the Range of Semantic Models" ... you don't want to miss 
> this talk, whether you are just beginning to find out "What is an 
> ontology?", or a software engineer implementing ontology driven 
> application, or even if you are a seasoned ontologist. Please refer to 
> details on the Ontolog wiki closer to the time for details.
> Mark your calendars ... and, RSVP (by emailing me at 
> <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx> offline) if you are planning to join us on the 
> Dec. 15 "Ontology Applications and Implementations" discussion 
> session.  =ppy    (05)

tim mcgrath
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