CC's Metadata/Systems Librarian, Jeremy Nelson, presented a paper at Pycon Japan this month in Tokyo. He collaborated in his research with the Library of Congress, Amherst College, and the Digital Public Library of America. Here's how he summarizes the presentation: "It's about the preliminary results for the development of a Linked Data Fragment Server - built using Python and Redis - for providing a lightweight mechanism for retrieving cached RDF triples for use by Semantic Web applications like digital repositories, library catalogs, and websites." Wow, that's a mouthful. Congratulations, Jeremy!
Presentation website: http://intro2libsys.info/pycon-jp-2015