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March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources

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March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources

March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources
http://VirtualPrivateLibrary.BlogSpot.com/Accessibility Resources Mar06 Column.pdf
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The March 2006 Zillman Column is now available and is titled Accessibility Resources. This March 2006 column is a comprehensive list of accessibility resources and sites on the Internet. Accessibility issues are extremely important on the Internet today helping the disabled to access all areas of the Internet in a timely and efficient manner. Download this excellent 13 page free .pdf (331KB) column today and learn about the many accessibility resources available on the Internet!

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© 2006 Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A.

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gnowsis – Semantic Desktop Environment

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gnowsis – Semantic Desktop Environment
http://www.gnowsis.org/

Gnowsis realizes a Semantic Desktop environment. It can be used in research projects or by interested individuals. The Gnowsis system adds Semantic Web interfaces to common desktop applications. It enables users to use desktop computers like a small personal semantic web. Linking documents across applications and browsing through the personal information space is now possible. Emails, documents, addresses, photos, appointments that have been spread in the local data jungle can be linked conveniently, weaving a personal semantic web. Data structures are not changed and existing applications are extended and not replaced. Programmers can build Semantic Web and knowledge management applications on top of Gnowsis. Structured data from common desktop applications (like MS-Outlook) can be accessed in a simple web protocol, allowing developers and researchers to leverage this information. This has been added to the Semantic Web Research section of Deep Web Research Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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ArtNodes

February 23, 2006

ArtNodes
http://www.uoc.edu/artnodes/eng/

ArtNodes publishes contributions from professors, researchers, artists, students and interested people in Catalan, Spanish or English, that reflect on and examine the intersections and confluences between art, science and technology, from both a formal, historical perspective and a conceptual one. ArtNodes has its structure in the progressive construction of monographic dossiers which, as they are continually expanded, become thematic nodes in a network of interrelated knowledge from which it will be possible to document, observe and stimulate debate on and participation in the study of this transversal theme. Articles on research, essays and opinion, commentary on events, authors and work, as well as book reviews are accepted for consideration. Documents of any other form will also be given consideration, for which Artnodes should be contacted first. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Bioenergy Research

February 23, 2006

Bioenergy Research
http://www.biopress.dk/FiB-UK.htm

The Danish Energy Agency contributes to an improvement in the presentation of the Danish efforts within bioenergy research and development. This takes place through Denmark?s Energy Research Programme, which grants financial support to the publication of a newsletter six times a year; partly as a separate newsletter and partly as an insert in the Danish maga-zine Dansk BioEnergi. Furthermore, the newsletter, can be downloaded from the following homepage: http://www.biopress.dk/ in a Danish or an English version. The power producers Energi E2 and Elsam also grant financial support to the newsletter. The fact is that both have an interest in presenting experience in research and development from a series of CPH plants that have been established under the so-called biomass agreement during recent years. Effective biomass exploitation for the production of energy must be persisted. The newsletter will contribute to an updated overview of the current re-search and development, both concerning specific projects and research programmes. Denmark?s Energy Research Programme governed by the Danish Energy Agency as well as the PSO programmes administrated by the systems responsible power producers are purpose-oriented. There-fore, one of the strong ambitions is to create a profitable contact between researchers and practicians. Furthermore, the newsletter will have room for debating points on the priorities within research and development and for bringing up subjects for discussion with the authorities. Provisionally, the newsletter is to be published 12 times. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Health Informatics Journal

February 23, 2006

Health Informatics Journal
http://jhi.sagepub.com/

Information and communication technology are integral to all areas of health care, from organisational management to the delivery of patient care and health promotion. In this fast-moving arena, Health Informatics Journal provides an international forum for the exchange of practice, innovation and research. Representing the interdisciplinary nature of health informatics, the journal publishes contributions from the fields of informatics and telematics, the health professions, computer science, engineering and management. Subjects covered by the journal include telematics and telecare, electronic patient records, e-learning in healthcare, web-based information services, security and confidentiality, assistive technology, applications of WAP technology, information systems development, sociological and psychological aspects of ICT, knowledge management, quality management, geographic systems in healthcare and epidemiology, accessing the evidence base and future developments in health informatics. This will be added to Healthcare Resource 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources

February 23, 2006


March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources

March 2006 Zillman Column – Accessibility Resources
http://VirtualPrivateLibrary.BlogSpot.com/Accessibility Resources Mar06 Column.pdf
http://www.zillmancolumns.com/

The March 2006 Zillman Column is now available and is titled Accessibility Resources. This March 2006 column is a comprehensive list of accessibility resources and sites on the Internet. Accessibility issues are extremely important on the Internet today helping the disabled to access all areas of the Internet in a timely and efficient manner. Download this excellent 13 page free .pdf (331KB) column today and learn about the many accessibility resources available on the Internet!

Amazon Honor System

Click Here to Pay

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© 2006 Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A.

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gnowsis – Semantic Desktop Environment

February 23, 2006

gnowsis – Semantic Desktop Environment
http://www.gnowsis.org/

Gnowsis realizes a Semantic Desktop environment. It can be used in research projects or by interested individuals. The Gnowsis system adds Semantic Web interfaces to common desktop applications. It enables users to use desktop computers like a small personal semantic web. Linking documents across applications and browsing through the personal information space is now possible. Emails, documents, addresses, photos, appointments that have been spread in the local data jungle can be linked conveniently, weaving a personal semantic web. Data structures are not changed and existing applications are extended and not replaced. Programmers can build Semantic Web and knowledge management applications on top of Gnowsis. Structured data from common desktop applications (like MS-Outlook) can be accessed in a simple web protocol, allowing developers and researchers to leverage this information. This has been added to the Semantic Web Research section of Deep Web Research Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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ArtNodes

February 23, 2006

ArtNodes
http://www.uoc.edu/artnodes/eng/

ArtNodes publishes contributions from professors, researchers, artists, students and interested people in Catalan, Spanish or English, that reflect on and examine the intersections and confluences between art, science and technology, from both a formal, historical perspective and a conceptual one. ArtNodes has its structure in the progressive construction of monographic dossiers which, as they are continually expanded, become thematic nodes in a network of interrelated knowledge from which it will be possible to document, observe and stimulate debate on and participation in the study of this transversal theme. Articles on research, essays and opinion, commentary on events, authors and work, as well as book reviews are accepted for consideration. Documents of any other form will also be given consideration, for which Artnodes should be contacted first. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Bioenergy Research

February 23, 2006

Bioenergy Research
http://www.biopress.dk/FiB-UK.htm

The Danish Energy Agency contributes to an improvement in the presentation of the Danish efforts within bioenergy research and development. This takes place through Denmark?s Energy Research Programme, which grants financial support to the publication of a newsletter six times a year; partly as a separate newsletter and partly as an insert in the Danish maga-zine Dansk BioEnergi. Furthermore, the newsletter, can be downloaded from the following homepage: http://www.biopress.dk/ in a Danish or an English version. The power producers Energi E2 and Elsam also grant financial support to the newsletter. The fact is that both have an interest in presenting experience in research and development from a series of CPH plants that have been established under the so-called biomass agreement during recent years. Effective biomass exploitation for the production of energy must be persisted. The newsletter will contribute to an updated overview of the current re-search and development, both concerning specific projects and research programmes. Denmark?s Energy Research Programme governed by the Danish Energy Agency as well as the PSO programmes administrated by the systems responsible power producers are purpose-oriented. There-fore, one of the strong ambitions is to create a profitable contact between researchers and practicians. Furthermore, the newsletter will have room for debating points on the priorities within research and development and for bringing up subjects for discussion with the authorities. Provisionally, the newsletter is to be published 12 times. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Health Informatics Journal

February 23, 2006

Health Informatics Journal
http://jhi.sagepub.com/

Information and communication technology are integral to all areas of health care, from organisational management to the delivery of patient care and health promotion. In this fast-moving arena, Health Informatics Journal provides an international forum for the exchange of practice, innovation and research. Representing the interdisciplinary nature of health informatics, the journal publishes contributions from the fields of informatics and telematics, the health professions, computer science, engineering and management. Subjects covered by the journal include telematics and telecare, electronic patient records, e-learning in healthcare, web-based information services, security and confidentiality, assistive technology, applications of WAP technology, information systems development, sociological and psychological aspects of ICT, knowledge management, quality management, geographic systems in healthcare and epidemiology, accessing the evidence base and future developments in health informatics. This will be added to Healthcare Resource 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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