Just published: H. Weigand and A. de Moor (2013), Improving Communication for Collaboration in Social Innovation Projects - A Framework for Pragmatic Research. In Proc. of the 2nd international SIGPrag Workshop on IT Artefact Design and Workpractice Improvement (ADWI-2013), June 5, 2013, Tilburg, the Netherlands. Abstract Nowadays, many innovation projects are based on the collaboration … Continue reading New publication: Improving Communication for Collaboration in Social Innovation Projects – A Framework for Pragmatic Research
On September 1, I was a member of the Pragmatic Web track panel of the I-SEMANTICS 2010 conference in Graz, Austria, after having given the keynote earlier that day. The Pragmatic Web is a newly emerging field, still in the process of being defined. Its main focus is not Web technology per se, but the … Continue reading What’s up with the Pragmatic Web?
On May 5-6, I will be attending, as an invited speaker, the ALOIS (Action in Language, Organisations, and Information Systems) conference in Venice. Apart from the wonderful venue, it is going be a very interesting conference, in the best tradition of the Language/Action Perspective and Pragmatic Web conferences. Here is the abstract of my talk … Continue reading ALOIS 2008 conference
The Pragmatic Web is still in its infancy, as are the explanations about what it is or could become. Here is one of my recent takes on the matter trying to answer some questions by Paola di Maio on the Pragmatic Web mailing list. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [PragmaticWeb] following on Date: Thu, 14 … Continue reading What is the Pragmatic Web?