Do you like reading about semantic wikis, but really wish you could hear me talking on the phone about them? Well, you’re in luck, because I’ll be speaking in the 3rd session of the semantic wiki “mini-series” of conference calls, on Thursday. The last two sessions, which happened over the last two months, covered the broader world of semantic wikis; this one focuses specifically on Semantic MediaWiki. Markus Krötzsch, the lead developer of SMW, will talk about the core of the technology, and I’ll talk about “Semantic Forms, Semantic Drilldown, Semantic Result Formats, Semantic Google Maps, Semantic Compound Queries and Data Transfer” (evidently, I get bored easily). There will also be people from the Ontoprise corporation presenting their contributions, and some other presenters. Each presentation will also have a real-time slide show on the web. You can see the presentation time and phone number here (it depends on where you live), plus other details, and a place to RSVP (you don’t need to RSVP to watch/listen, but it’s strongly recommended).