So, if Daniel Schwabe doesn’t mind, I am going to use one of his beautiful photos to illustrate Dr. Robert MacFarlane‘s ‘word of the day’ from Twitter and also give a little more info about things you can do with ImageSnippets . I’m doing a project where I am sharing photos each day from ImageSnippets that match his words of the day – so I needed to figure out how I was going to express this concept with our triple tags which let you add quite deep metadata as linked data to images. .
MacFarlane’s word of the day was: ‘Zohar’
—- In ImageSnippets, we select from a range of meanings to create a triple-tag around a defined word or expression. All of the datasets we queried have a number of results for ‘zohar’ – including a few albums and the name of the book in the Kaballah. But none of them are actually the defined ‘concept’ of this kind of quality of brightness. It is possible that Hebrew DBpedia or Wikidata might have the concept as well as the book, but in English, the concept itself is not defined in any dataset in which I search for entities.
Luckily – in ImageSnippets, I can create an entity fairly easily and using Dr. Macfarlane’s definition; I created a simple entity and said that this image ‘conveys’ ‘zohar’. [I can discuss how this works if anyone is interested.] OR just enjoy this beautiful image of Daniel’s and see if you agree with me that it beautifully illustrates the concept that Macfarlane defined.
I have now triple-tagged a few more images in ImageSnippets with the word: zohar and so if you search IS for ‘zohar’ you can find them.