aboutEvan Sandhaus currently works as the Semantic Technologist in The New York Times Research and Development Labs. In this role, Evan has released 1.8 million documents to the computer science research community, helped to put The New York Times on Google Earth and collaborated with The New York University to explore new directions in News Search.
Evan holds degrees in Computer Science from both Williams College and Villanova University and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
pressEvery now and then folks write a line or two about things I've been involved with. Here are some highlights.
Video Interview with Evan Sandhaus at the New York Times - New York City Semantic Web Meetup
Robert Scoble Interviews Mike Young and me about The New York Times Layer on Google Earth - Scobleizer.
New York Times Launches Facebook App - ReadWriteWeb
Google Earth, New York Times Team Up - PBS.org
Fatten Up Your Corpus - The New York Times Open Blog
Looking To Its Future, NYTCO Sees A Tech Services Company; Patents Pending - paidContent
The New York Times' Mobile Election Coverage - MediaBistro
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