Free PDF for the Common Lisp edition of my "Practical Semantic Web and Linked Data Applications" book

I have been working on this book on and off for two years and finally finished it recently while on a long vacation. You can get a free PDF on my Open Content web page or if you want to encourage me to write more material on niche topics, you can buy a print copy.

Although this book covers a small market, I believe that the combination of Common Lisp and the AllegroGraph RDF data store is a great combination for developing knowledge intensive software.

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  1. Thanks for this interesting book.

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  2. Great news Mark. I just bought the e edition and will read it after I finish the land of lisp. The only remark is the authors of lisp books should organize themselves since it was a dry season after let over lambda and now a flood of lisp books.

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  3. Totally unrelated comment: you should change your Facebook "Like" button to the version which accepts comments - this will allow people to get the word out better as likes which have comments are given better presentation in people's feed.

    -Kiyu

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  4. Hi, Mark. This looks really promising. However, the URL for the sample code in the book (opencontent/lisp_semantic_web_code.zip) doesn't seem to work. Has the URL changed, or is the code no longer available? Thanks.

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  5. Hello Conser, the ZIP file is back on my web site.

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  6. Got it -- Thank you!

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