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To: Tim McGrath <tmcgrath@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
From: "Peter P. Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 19:48:14 -0800
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Thank you for the compliments, Tim.    (01)

If you've already had a chance to go through the audio recording, 
you would have heard that Jim had great things to say about the 
work you guys (Bob Glushko and Tim McGrath) are doing, and the 
courses that are going up at UC Berkeley.    (02)

Cheers.  =ppy
--    (03)

Tim McGrath wrote Fri, 09 Dec 2005 11:32:42 +0800:
> Peter,
> 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.
> I particularly enjoyed Dr Spohrer's presentation - especially the plug 
> for Bob's and my book ;-)    (04)

> Peter P. Yim wrote Thu, 08 Dec 2005 18:33:03 -0800:
>> 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
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