I am snowboarding in Flachau, Austria for a week. Ingrid is skiing, I do the snowboard. As with every holiday, I try to find Semantic Web aficiandos within reach. I am open for jointly drinking a nice beer in the evening or boarding together, with web 2.0 and semweb lovers. My geo-coordinates are
here is the plazes.com link:
We are around Flachau, Zauchensee, Wagrain, Flachauwinkel. I stay at Hotel Alpina, if you want to sms me, my phone number is +43 6991 924 two eights, two nines. Open for beer and party in the evening, snowboarding under the day. Expecting heavy partying around monday…
btw: thanks to the gone-web2.0 people at plazes, they don’t show the GEO-position lat/lon no longer on their website (horrrrray for “activities” though, a feature that will surely skyrocket their IPO value).
But luckily someone there remained with warm wetware within skull and left the GPS coordinates in the source code of the HTML for me to copy/paste (yes, display:none is a good feature to remove features from your web2.0 application. maybe all the other features that got lost on plazes are only display:none’d…. I will stick to the topic… and how desperate am I to look in their f***ing source for it … and how diluting is it to actually find there what they did hide!)
Anyway, in plazes this city does barely exist, one person drank a beer here 8 months ago. Googling for semantic web (flachau | wagrain) returns a handful of hits, something by me on top (ok, I know I am here now).
But a few names popped up, for example salzburgresearch.at which is close. My gnowsis remembers whom I know from there… so back to direct contact. Also the omnipresent Semantic-Web company showed up, they have Austria covered quite good. But no links to people.