Podcast on Cloud of Data

Paul Miller and I recorded a chat last week that's now online as a podcast from Cloud of Data.

Paul is a smart guy and it was a fun interview. We first met when he was working with Talis, which is a very progressive company in the UK (they sponsored some of the development of the PDDL and currently host data in the public domain for free in the Talis Connected Commons) but he's now out freelancing. Check out the podcast and let me know your comments.

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