In my last post on digital context, we took a trip back to logic class, looking at how we could begin to describe our world using “sentences” based on first order logic. This essential “predicate semantics” is the foundation of all mathematics, and hence, computing. In fact, it’s the basis for our most key data..

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We covered the key role of attributes in my last blogpost, moving from the blunter scope of groups and roles to the more fine-grained approach of attributes. Now we’re going to take this progression a step further, as we narrow in on my favorite topic: digital context. (If you haven’t already, check out my first..

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I know I’ve been the Old Man of Novato, ranting about context all these years, but the market, the industry, and—most importantly—the technology are finally evolving toward this direction. For the longest time, it was just me and the usual suspects in academia and elsewhere, muttering in our corners about the Semantic Web, but now..

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Bonjour, and welcome to the Radiant Logic blog! My team and I will use this as a place to share ideas with you on directory virtualization, data services abstraction, and other topics, with a particular emphasis on identity and context. Now, you may have heard me talk about context before. You may have even thought..

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