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Lexicon

Retrieve a user's lexicon.

URL

http://api.factolex.com/v1/lexicon?user=user

Authentication

Currently no authentication is needed to execute this function.

Parameters

userThe username of the user whose lexicon you want to retrieve.
filteroptUse a tag to filter the lexicon contents.
lettersoptSet to '1' to also retrieve the contained first letters.
langoptas usual
formatoptas usual

Example

Query:

http://api.factolex.com/v1/lexicon?user=alex

Response:

<response>
  <user>
    <username>alex</username>
  </user>
  <lexicon>
    <term>
      <title>!</title>
      <id>cOCPppHI</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/!:album_plan</link>
      <tags>album plan</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an album by The Dismemberment Plan</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/!_(album)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>4DOS</title>
      <id>cLtk4o2c</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/4DOS</link>
      <tags>operating system</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a command line interpreter, designed to replace the default command interpreter COMMAND.COM in DOS</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Configuration stored in an .INI file</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Originally distributed as shareware</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4DOS</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Accessibility</title>
      <id>c9yF2fSp</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Accessibility:disability_ergonomic</link>
      <tags>disability ergonomic</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a general term used to describe the degree to which a product is accessible by as many people as possible</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessibility</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Acquisition</title>
      <id>cbuZc4qi</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Acquisition:computer_osx_software_torrent</link>
      <tags>computer osx software torrent</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a Gnutella-based peer-to-peer and BitTorrent client for Mac OS X</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acquisition_(software)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Acquisition</title>
      <id>DwT0ZHnJ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Acquisition:apfelsorte_baum_company_finance</link>
      <tags>apfelsorte baum company finance</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>also known as a takeover</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acquisition</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is the buying of one company (the ‘target’) by another</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acquisition</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>in a hostile acquisition the takeover target is unwilling to be bought or the target's board has no prior knowledge of the offer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acquisition</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>American Express</title>
      <id>WA9roSRW</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/American_Express:known</link>
      <tags>known</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>best known for its credit card, charge card and traveler's cheque businesses</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Express</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>sometimes known as "AmEx"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Express</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was founded in 1850, in Buffalo, New York</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Express</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>current CEO is Kenneth Chenault, who took over in 2001</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Express</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>founded as a merger of express mail companies (owned by Henry Wells, William Fargo, and John Butterfield)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Express</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Amphithea</title>
      <id>DIHRoCT1</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Amphithea:aeolus_wife</link>
      <tags>wife aeolus</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>wife of Aeolus</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphithea</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>mother of six sons and six daughters, the youngest boy being Macareus, who made his sister Canace pregnant</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphithea</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Ampyx</title>
      <id>dqiVBqIk</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Ampyx:argonautica_seer</link>
      <tags>seer argonautica</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was a seer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampyx</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Appears in Orpheus's, Argonautica, Pausanias's Description of Greece, Hyginus's Fabulae</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampyx</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Ampyx</title>
      <id>dOmvSKvB</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Ampyx:paleontology</link>
      <tags>paleontology</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a genus of asaphid trilobite from the Middle Ordovician</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampyx</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>A term from paleontology</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampyx</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Anarchy</title>
      <id>Ww3nB1Sl</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Anarchy:philosophy_via-twitter</link>
      <tags>philosophy social via-twitter</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the belief that the state and all forms of rulership are undesirable and should be abolished</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchy_(disambiguation)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Apple</title>
      <id>c0G9q4b5</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Apple:company_computer</link>
      <tags>company</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>introduced its first iPod portable digital audio player in 2001</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>AAPL</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>American multinational corporation with a focus on designing and manufacturing consumer electronics</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>founded April 1, 1976 in California, USA</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Ars Electronica</title>
      <id>WjFiEktT</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Ars_Electronica</link>
      <tags>art computer</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an organization based in Linz, Austria, founded in 1979 around a festival for art, technology and society that was part of the International Bruckner Festival</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ars_Electronica</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>became its own festival and a yearly event in 1986</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ars_Electronica</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Winners of the Prix Ars Electronica 2008</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c8/Prix_Ars_Electronica_2008_winners.jpg/180px-Prix_Ars_Electronica_2008_winners.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>ATV</title>
      <id>DCDjhQdW</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/ATV:austria_austrian-television</link>
      <tags>austria austrian-television television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>currently the largest commercial television station in Austria</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATV_(Austria)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>From 1997 till 2000 the station was called W1 (Wien 1, named after the capital city Vienna) which initially provided only regional broadcasting via the cable network in Vienna</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATV_(Austria)#History</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Austria 9 TV</title>
      <id>d7hO7iOz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Austria_9_TV</link>
      <tags>austria austrian-television television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an Austrian private television station</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>started broadcasting on December 12, 2007</title>
          <source>http://www.austria9.at/ueber-austria-9-tv</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Autogas</title>
      <id>dGg2Ea6d</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Autogas</link>
      <tags>fuel technology</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the common name for liquified petroleum gas when it is used as a fuel in internal combustion engines in vehicles</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autogas</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Automobile</title>
      <id>WqmirANi</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Automobile</link>
      <tags>vehicle car</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a wheeled motor vehicle for transporting passengers, which also carries its own engine or motor</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motor_car</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Axiom</title>
      <id>D6I3OUqd</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Axiom:mathematics</link>
      <tags>mathematics</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is any mathematical statement that serves as a starting point from which other statements are logically derived</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axiom</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Backup</title>
      <id>WvkEbOOa</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Backup:computer_copies_security</link>
      <tags>computer security</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>copies of data so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss event</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backup</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>2 types of backups: full backup and incremental backup</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>frequent backups are usually done as incremental backups</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>incremental backups build on full backups</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>used to be stored on tape drives, nowadays either on optical media (CD, DVD) or hard drives</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Band</title>
      <id>Dc3XBgkD</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Band:group_music</link>
      <tags>group music</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Band_(music)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a company of musicians</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Band</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Although not strictly "bands", some solo artists go by a normal band name, such as Nine Inch Nails, Secondhand Serenade, Five for Fighting, The Rocket Summer and The Secret Handshake</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Band_(music)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Barack Obama</title>
      <id>DqspkYZo</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Barack_Obama:african_african-european</link>
      <tags>president us</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was elected 44th President of the United States of America on November 4, 2008</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Obama</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the junior United States Senator from Illinois and presidential nominee of the Democratic Party in the 2008 United States presidential election</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Obama</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the first African American to be nominated by a major political party for president</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Obama</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Batch file</title>
      <id>dLfd7sl3</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Batch_file:computer_programming</link>
      <tags>computer programming</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>because of limited syntax and commands they are less suited for general-purpose programming</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>When a batch file is run, the shell program (usually COMMAND.COM or cmd.exe) reads the file and executes its commands</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is analogous to a shell script in Unix-like operating systems</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Beck's</title>
      <id>cwOk6xtZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Beck%27s:beverage_company</link>
      <tags>beverage company</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>German beer brand of the brewery Beck & Co in the north German city of Bremen</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beck's</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>sold to Interbrew for 1.8 billion euros in February 2002</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beck's</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>has always been strong in export from Germany and is therefore better known than other mainstream German beers</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beck's</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is omni-present in the German movie "Herr Lehmann"</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Binary search tree</title>
      <id>cZd26U0J</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Binary_search_tree</link>
      <tags>computer science</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a binary tree data structure sorted in a way so that the left subtree of each node only contains values smaller than the node, and the right one only greater values</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_search_tree</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Blue Mountain</title>
      <id>D8T0Akuo</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Blue_Mountain:resort_ski</link>
      <tags>resort ski</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an alpine ski resort situated on a section of the Niagara Escarpment about 1 km away from Georgian Bay, just northwest of Collingwood, Ontario</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Mountain_(ski_resort)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Bone folder</title>
      <id>WVtDR85a</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Bone_folder</link>
      <tags>art bookbinding</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a dull edged device used to crease material in crafts such as bookbinding, card making and any other craft where a sharp crease is needed</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_folder</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Bonefolders.</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/8/8f/bonefolders.jpg/103px-bonefolders.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Bunker</title>
      <id>0haHACqF</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Bunker:fortification</link>
      <tags>fortification</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a hardened shelter, often buried partly or fully underground</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunker</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunker</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Business Card</title>
      <id>dbQTKbsn</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Business_Card:card_paper_print</link>
      <tags>card paper</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are cards bearing business information about a company or individual</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>typically includes the giver's name, company affiliation (usually with a logo) and contact information</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Visiting cards (also known as calling cards) first appeared in China in the 15th century, and in Europe in the 17th century</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>ISO 7810 ID-1, credit card sized: 3.370in × 2.125in</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>ISO 7810 ID-1, credit card sized: 85.60mm × 53.98mm</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Visiting cards became an indispensable tool of etiquette, with sophisticated rules governing their use</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Card</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Byte</title>
      <id>WL8gafq1</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Byte:unit</link>
      <tags>unit</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a unit of measurement of information storage</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Cameroon</title>
      <id>dPNEAYXX</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Cameroon:africa_republic</link>
      <tags>country south africa</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a unitary republic of central and western Africa</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameroon</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>compared with other African countries, it enjoys political and social stability</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameroon</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Early inhabitants of the territory included the Sao civilisation around Lake Chad and the Baka hunter-gatherers in the southeastern rainforest</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameroon</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>became a German colony in 1884</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameroon</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Portuguese sailors reached the coast in 1472</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameroon</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Catch-22</title>
      <id>cuzUQzVf</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Catch-22:logic_paradox</link>
      <tags>logic paradox</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a term coined by Joseph Heller in his novel Catch-22, describing a false dilemma in a rule, regulation, procedure or situation, where no real choice exists</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-22_(logic)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>In probability theory, it refers to a situation in which multiple probabilistic events exist, and the desirable outcome results from the confluence of these events, but there is zero probability of this happening, as they are mutually exclusive</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-22_(logic)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>CD</title>
      <id>cw1Te1PH</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/CD:medium</link>
      <tags>medium</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an optical disc used to store digital data</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>audio capacity is 74 minutes</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>originally developed for storing digital audio</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the capacity was set to 74 minutes to accommodate a complete performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a disc with a diameter of 115 mm</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>audio format is a two-channel 16-bit PCM encoding at a 44.1 kHz sampling rate</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is made from a 1.2 mm thick disc of almost pure polycarbonate plastic and weighs approximately 16 grams</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>data is stored as a series of tiny indentations (pits), encoded in a tightly packed spiral track molded into the top of the polycarbonate layer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>spacing between the tracks, the pitch, is 1.6 μm</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>read by focusing a 780 nm wavelength semiconductor laser through the bottom of the polycarbonate layer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>data capacity is 650 MB</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Chair</title>
      <id>WtHtncBt</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Chair:kind</link>
      <tags>kind</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a kind of furniture for sitting</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chair</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>consisting of a back, and sometimes arm rests, commonly for use by one person</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chair</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Chemical Brothers</title>
      <id>WiDmAaaK</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Chemical_Brothers:band_music</link>
      <tags>band music</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>from Manchester, England</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_Brothers</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>pioneers of the big beat electronic dance genre</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_Brothers</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The Chemical Brothers performing in 2005</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d7/Chemical_Brothers_Live.jpg/250px-Chemical_Brothers_Live.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Chimney</title>
      <id>d28DM31P</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Chimney:system</link>
      <tags>system</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>system for venting hot flue gases or smoke from a boiler, stove, furnace or fireplace to the outside atmosphere</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimney</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>air is drawn into the combustion through the chimney effect</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimney</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>typically almost vertical to ensure that the hot gases flow smoothly</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimney</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Christoph Chorherr</title>
      <id>DHCnRiWX</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Christoph_Chorherr</link>
      <tags>politician person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>born December 9, 1960 in Vienna</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christoph_Chorherr</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Christoph Chorherr at Barcamp Graz 2008</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c5/Christoph_Chorherr.JPG/250px-Christoph_Chorherr.JPG</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>In 1991 he became member of the federal state council of Vienna for the Austrian Greens</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christoph_Chorherr</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Coca Cola</title>
      <id>Dr6QvI1n</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Coca_Cola:beverage_company_drink</link>
      <tags>beverage drink</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a black colored, fizzy liquid</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is produced by The Coca-Cola Company</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is often referred to simply as Coke</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>originally intended as a patent medicine</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was invented in the late 19th century by John Pemberton</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>dominanted the world's soft drink market throughout the 20th century</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the company actually produces concentrate for Coca-Cola, which is then sold to various licensed Coca-Cola bottlers throughout the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Compressor</title>
      <id>DEkqRdGb</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Compressor:engineering_sound</link>
      <tags>audio effect process studio-equipment</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a process that reduces the dynamic range of an audio signal</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_range_compression</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The trend of increasing loudness as shown by waveform images of the same song mastered on CD four times since 1983</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ab/Cd_loudness_trend-something.gif/180px-Cd_loudness_trend-something.gif</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>In simple terms, a compressor is an automatic volume control</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_range_compression</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Compression is used during sound recording, live sound reinforcement, and broadcasting to control the level of audio</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_range_compression</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Cuba</title>
      <id>DJzB2n0G</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Cuba:lobbying_term</link>
      <tags>lobbying term</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a republic located in the northern Caribbean Sea</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuba</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Location of Cuba</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1a/LocationCuba.svg/250px-LocationCuba.svg.png</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>when discovering it in October 12, 1492 Christopher Columbus claimed Cuba for Spain</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuba</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Fidel Castro led Cuba from December 1959 until his resignation in February 2008</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fidel_Castro</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Raúl Castro is President since his election on February 24, 2008</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raúl_Castro</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Da Kink in My Hair</title>
      <id>dRSja0ub</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Da_Kink_in_My_Hair:canadian_play</link>
      <tags>canadian play</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a play by Trey Anthony</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da_Kink_in_My_Hair</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival in 2001</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da_Kink_in_My_Hair</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Domain Name System</title>
      <id>DRyQ3i47</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Domain_Name_System:hierarchical_internet_protocol</link>
      <tags>internet protocol</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a hierarchical naming system for computers, services, or any resource participating in the Internet</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>It associates various information with domain names assigned to such participants</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>For example, www.example.com translates to 208.77.188.166</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>DOS</title>
      <id>0t01cgOf</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/DOS:operating_system</link>
      <tags>operating system</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Disk Operating System</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>free alternative to (MS-)DOS are like FreeDOS or OpenDos</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>operating systems which dominated the IBM PC compatible market between 1981 and 1995</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Microoft bought 86-DOS in 1981 and renamed the operating system MS-DOS</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>6.22 was the last stand-alone version of MS-DOS</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Digital Research released DR-DOS in May 1988</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the first IBM branded version, PC-DOS 1.0, was released in August, 1981</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>drives are referred to by identifying letters, e.g. "A" and "B" are used for floppy drives</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOS</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Drop out</title>
      <id>WHVoNLwC</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Drop_out:album_rocket_song</link>
      <tags>song rocket</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a song from the album Scream, Dracula, Scream! by Rocket from the Crypt</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dropout</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>em</title>
      <id>cfXf9K4l</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/em:typography_unit</link>
      <tags>typography unit</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>One em is often incorrectly said to be equal to the width of a capital "M" in a particular typeface.</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Em_(typography)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Erdős number</title>
      <id>WLaIoCMo</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Erdős_number:decision_human_humor_mathematics</link>
      <tags>humor mathematics</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>describes the minimum distance between a mathematician and Paul Erdős, where a relationship between two people is defined by them having written a paper together</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>honoring the late Hungarian mathematician Paul Erdős</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erdős_number</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>humorous tribute to the enormous output of mathematical papers by Paul Erdős</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erdős_number</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>tribute to the theory of six degrees of separation</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erdős_number</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>If Alice collaborates with Paul Erdős on one paper, and with Bob on another, but Bob never collaborates with Erdős himself, then Bob is given an Erdős number of 2, as he is two steps from Erdős</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fe/Erdosnumber.png/180px-Erdosnumber.png</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Eternal September</title>
      <id>cTzaBKEX</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Eternal_September:usenet</link>
      <tags>usenet</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Usenet slang expression, coined by Dave Fischer, for the period beginning September 1993</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_September</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The expression encapsulates the belief that an endless influx of new users (newbies) since that date has continuously degraded standards of discourse and behavior on Usenet and the wider Internet</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_September</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>EVDO</title>
      <id>d6w4PDI1</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/EVDO:broadband_communication</link>
      <tags>broadband communication</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Evolution-Data Optimized or Evolution-Data only</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>ex</title>
      <id>0OWF4HGe</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/ex:editor_text</link>
      <tags>editor text</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a line editor for Unix systems</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ex_(text_editor)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>short for EXtended</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ex_(text_editor)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>EXE</title>
      <id>0CJVc9Zw</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/EXE:computer_dos</link>
      <tags>computer dos</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the common filename extension for denoting an executable</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>32-bit Portable Executable (introduced with Windows NT)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>used in the OpenVMS, DOS, Microsoft Windows, ReactOS, and OS/2 operating systems</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>DOS executable (ASCII string "MZ" at the beginning of the file)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>"MZ" (ASCII "MZ" identifies DOS executables) are the initials of Mark Zbikowski, one of the developers of MS-DOS</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>16-bit New Executable (can only be executed by Windows and OS/2)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Mixed 16/32-bit Linear Executable (introduced in OS/2 2.0)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>32-bit Linear Executable (introduced by OS/2 2.0, can only be run there)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>64-bit Portable Executable (introduced with 64-bit versions of Windows)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Fact</title>
      <id>0xylrwn4</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Fact:language</link>
      <tags>language</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is something that is the case, something that actually exists</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fact</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Factolex</title>
      <id>cvnwXDgX</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Factolex</link>
      <tags>knowledge lexicon website</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an online lexicon that uses short and concise facts to explain terms</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a project by Alexander Kirk and Nader Cserny</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Falco</title>
      <id>crhRWv7f</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Falco:musician_person</link>
      <tags>musician person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Musician</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falco_(musician)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>FAT</title>
      <id>cH8FKtYM</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/FAT:computer</link>
      <tags>computer</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a partially patented file system developed by Microsoft for MS-DOS</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the LFN extension (Long FileNames) allows mixed case, 255 UTF-16 characters</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_filename</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>File Allocation Table</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is supported by virtually all existing operating systems for personal computers</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>an ideal format for floppy disks and solid-state memory cards</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>type FAT32 (max. 8TB disks, max. 268 million files)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>type FAT16 (max. 2 GB disks, max. 65517 files)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>type FAT12 (max. 32MB disks, max. 4077 files)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>originally only 8.3 filenames possible (8 letter filename, 3 letter extension)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>football</title>
      <id>D8IFf4CW</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/football:played_soccer_sport_team_two</link>
      <tags>soccer sport</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a team sport played between two teams of eleven players, and is widely considered to be the most popular sport in the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/football_(soccer)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>A player scores a penalty kick given after an offence is committed inside the penalty area</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0c/Ryan_Valentine_scores.jpg/180px-Ryan_Valentine_scores.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Franz Xaver Gruber</title>
      <id>0gYJrJXM</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Franz_Xaver_Gruber</link>
      <tags>austrian schoolteacher</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>composer of "Silent Night"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruber</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Freebase Parallax</title>
      <id>09032sUJ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Freebase_Parallax</link>
      <tags>software web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>An application that allows faceted browsing of the Freebase database</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>by David Huynh, Research Scientist, Metaweb Technologies</title>
          <source>http://mqlx.com/~david/parallax/</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is open-sourced</title>
          <source>http://mqlx.com/~david/parallax/</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Frequently Asked Questions</title>
      <id>WSPRs9ux</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Frequently_Asked_Questions:internet_language</link>
      <tags>internet language</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>listed questions and answers, all supposed to be frequently asked in some context</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FAQ</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Geneva</title>
      <id>0ELfinei</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Geneva:holy_millennium</link>
      <tags>city switzerland</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>second-most populous city in Switzerland (after Zürich)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the most populous city of Romandy (the French-speaking part of Switzerland)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>George Washington</title>
      <id>c27vJ7zx</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/George_Washington:american_president</link>
      <tags>president american</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>served as the first President of the United States of America (1789-1797)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>led the Continental Army to victory over the Kingdom of Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>git</title>
      <id>Wt3ZTzVD</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/git:computer_programming_social_sociology</link>
      <tags>computer programming code</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>free distributed revision control software</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_(software)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>initially created by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_(software)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>helps the developer to focus on asynchronous development</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_(software)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Google</title>
      <id>c9Uby7Xz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Google:internet</link>
      <tags>internet</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>best known for its search engine</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>an American public corporation</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>began in January 1996, as a research project by Larry Page, who was soon joined by Sergey Brin</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>earning revenue from advertising</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Google Chrome</title>
      <id>00a2Flew</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Google_Chrome:google_web</link>
      <tags>google web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>A free and open source web browser developed by Google</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>name is derived from the graphical user interface frame, or "chrome"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>benefits are said to be improved speed compared to other web browsers</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Chromium is the open source project behind Google Chrome</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>beta version for Microsoft Windows was released on 2 September 2008</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Greasemonkey</title>
      <id>dr4s0F0B</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Greasemonkey</link>
      <tags>extension firefox</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Mozilla Firefox extension that allows users to install scripts that make on-the-fly changes to most HTML-based web pages</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greasemonkey</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>can be used for adding new functionality to web pages</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greasemonkey</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>user scripts easily break when the web site maintainer changes the page</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>gross domestic product</title>
      <id>dRb0eOMz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/gross_domestic_product:index_national</link>
      <tags>index national</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>widely used by economists to gauge the health of an economy, as its variations are relatively quickly identified</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/gross_domestic_product#Limitations_of_GDP_to_judge_the_health_of_an_economy</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>one of the measures of national income and output for a given country's economy</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/gross_domestic_product</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Gustav Mahler</title>
      <id>0QfpWpH5</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Gustav_Mahler</link>
      <tags>person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Classical Composer</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Halo 3</title>
      <id>dL7DfyZh</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Halo_3:first-person_game_shooter</link>
      <tags>games</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a first-person shooter video game</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The game is the third title in the Halo series and ends the story arc begun in Halo:</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halo_3</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Heart</title>
      <id>WOMrBEL0</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Heart:muscular</link>
      <tags>muscular</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a muscular organ in all vertebrates responsible for pumping blood through the blood vessels by repeated, rhythmic contractions, or a similar structure in annelids, mollusks, and arthropods</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/heart</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Hello world</title>
      <id>DOuBIBP2</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Hello_world</link>
      <tags>computer phrase</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a computer program that prints out "Hello world!" on a display device</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_world_program</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>used in many introductory tutorials for teaching a programming language</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_world_program</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Such a program is typically one of the simplest programs possible in a computer language</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_world_program</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Hellocoton</title>
      <id>W8FQYZeM</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Hellocoton</link>
      <tags>french network social women</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>French social network and blog aggregator for women</title>
          <source>http://www.hellocoton.fr</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>House</title>
      <id>DIzoz7au</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/House:building</link>
      <tags>building</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>A man-made construction that protects humans from weather conditions</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The social unit that lives in a house is known as a household</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>transitioned over time from round huts to rectangular houses</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The Jews made the oldest house in the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>most British and many European houses utilize stone or brick</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>In the United States, modern house-construction techniques include light-frame construction, commonly made of wood</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>usually made of walls (containing doors and windows) and a roof (usually equipped with a chimney)</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Huawei E220</title>
      <id>djgY8JA0</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Huawei_E220</link>
      <tags>access packet</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Huawei HSDPA access device ( 'modem' ) manufactured by Huawei and notable for using the USB interface (USB modem)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huawei_E220</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Vodafone 3G USB modem</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a5/HuaweiE220.JPG/180px-HuaweiE220.JPG</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>IDE</title>
      <id>DuHOeGGq</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/IDE:standard</link>
      <tags>standard</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a standard interface for connecting storage devices such as hard disks, solid state disks and CD-ROM drives inside personal computers</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Drive_Electronics</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The standard is maintained by X3/INCITS committee T13</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Drive_Electronics</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Integrated Drive Electronics</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Drive_Electronics</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>IKEA</title>
      <id>dy97V98Z</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/IKEA:company_furniture_sells</link>
      <tags>company furniture</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>sells low-price products, including furniture, accessories, bathrooms and kitchens</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>started publishing an annual catalogue in 1951</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>founded 1943 in Älmhult, Småland, Sweden</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Headquarters is in Leiden, Netherlands</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is an acronym comprising the initials of the founder's name (Ingvar Kamprad), farm where he grew up (Elmtaryd) and home village (Agunnaryd)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>products are identified by single word names of Swedish, Danish, Finnish or Norwegian origin</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>In-Cell Charge Control</title>
      <id>WgtVCxek</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/In-Cell_Charge_Control</link>
      <tags>battery electric</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a method for very rapid charging of NiMH batteries</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I-C3</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Johann Sebastian Bach</title>
      <id>dg7ni90R</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Johann_Sebastian_Bach:known_person</link>
      <tags>person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Composer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Born on March 21, 1685</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Died on July 28, 1750</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple</title>
      <id>cB2GJ8hL</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Jonestown:_The_Life_and_Death_of_Peoples_Temple</link>
      <tags>film documentary</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a 2006 documentary film made by Firelight Media</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonestown:_The_Life_and_Death_of_Peoples_Temple</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Kent</title>
      <id>Dof08Ak9</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Kent:county_uk</link>
      <tags>county uk</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a county in southeast England, and is one of the home counties</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Levenshtein distance</title>
      <id>cDlguBYx</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Levenshtein_distance</link>
      <tags>computer dynamic</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a metric for measuring the amount of difference between two sequences</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein_distance</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>can be considered a generalization of the Hamming distance, which is used for strings of the same length and only considers substitution edits</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein_distance</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>named after Vladimir Levenshtein, who considered this distance in 1965</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein_distance</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Lexicon</title>
      <id>Wa0jXHtM</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Lexicon:book_dictionary_encyclopedia_synonym</link>
      <tags>dictionary book encyclopedia</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a synonym for dictionary or encyclopedic dictionary</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexicon</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>discussing a wide range of topics</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encyclopedic_dictionary</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>includes a large number of short listings</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encyclopedic_dictionary</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Linked Data</title>
      <id>cMDt4kMS</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Linked_Data</link>
      <tags>semantic web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a term used to describe a method of exposing, sharing, and connecting data on the Web via dereferenceable URIs</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Uses URIs to identify things that you expose to the Web as resources</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Uses HTTP URIs so that people can locate and look up (dereference) these things</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Provides useful information about the resource when its URI is dereferenced</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Includes links to other, related URIs in the exposed data as a means of improving information discovery on the Web</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Lithuania</title>
      <id>0M24qSNI</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Lithuania:country_europe_mann_notar_person</link>
      <tags>country europe</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>called Lietuva in Lithuanian</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Logistic curve</title>
      <id>dzGWq0PR</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Logistic_curve:curf_population</link>
      <tags>curf population</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Standard logistic sigmoid function</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/88/Logistic-curve.svg/180px-Logistic-curve.svg.png</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Luxembourg</title>
      <id>crtESrMu</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Luxembourg:country_landlocked_region</link>
      <tags>country region</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a small landlocked country in western Europe, bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luxembourg</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Mario</title>
      <id>WunvsH0R</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Mario:common</link>
      <tags>firstname</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a common first name of people</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is the Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish form of the Roman name Marius</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_(given_name)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Mario</title>
      <id>cFyckNM2</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Mario:bro_change_game_video</link>
      <tags>bro change</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Created by Shigeru Miyamoto</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a video game character from Nintendo</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>first appeared in the arcade game Donkey Kong as a character named "Jumpman"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Masnavi</title>
      <id>De1tlqVb</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Masnavi:form_poetic</link>
      <tags>form poetic</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a poetic form in Persian and Ottoman literature</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masnavi_(poetic_form)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>McKinsey & Company</title>
      <id>W4UjrJR9</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/McKinsey_&_Company:consulting_management</link>
      <tags>consulting management</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a global management consulting firm that focuses on solving issues of concern to senior management</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McKinsey</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>dropped the "Inc." from its company name in 2001</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McKinsey</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>has over 7,500 consultants in 90 offices across 51 countries</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McKinsey</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Median</title>
      <id>DeGpofMw</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Median:probability</link>
      <tags>probability</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>median is described as the number separating the higher half of a sample, a population, or a probability distribution, from the lower half</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Median</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Message</title>
      <id>WPMUTcxQ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Message:cognitive_communication</link>
      <tags>cognitive communication</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>something which provides information</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>an object of communication</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>MIDI</title>
      <id>cevJg7FE</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/MIDI:computer_file-format</link>
      <tags>computer file-format music</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>its specification was developed by, and is maintained by, the MIDI Manufacturers Association (MMA)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midi#Standard_MIDI_File_.28SMF.29_Format</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>are typically created using computer-based sequencing software that organizes MIDI messages into one or more parallel "tracks" for independent recording and editing</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midi</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>consists of one header chunk and one or more track chunks</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midi</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Moonwalk</title>
      <id>DyXgCeeo</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Moonwalk:dance_walking</link>
      <tags>dance walking</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a dance technique that presents the illusion that the dancer is stepping forward while actually moving backward</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonwalk_(dance)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>gives the appearance of a person moving along a conveyor belt</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonwalk_(dance)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was considered Michael Jackson's signature move</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonwalk_(dance)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>gained worldwide popularity after Michael Jackson executed it during his performance of his song "Billie Jean" on the March 25, 1983</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonwalk_(dance)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>one of the most well known dance moves in the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonwalk_(dance)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Movistar</title>
      <id>WpUJg77g</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Movistar</link>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a major mobile phone operator owned by Telefónica Móviles</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movistar</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>operates in Spain and in many Latin American countries</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movistar</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Many Movistar networks were acquired from BellSouth</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movistar</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves, has been used by Telefónica to announce the unification of all its operation brands</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movistar</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Mozilla Firefox</title>
      <id>Dg9I2uWH</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Mozilla_Firefox</link>
      <tags>browser client free software web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a free and open source web browser descended from the Mozilla Application Suite, managed by the Mozilla Corporation</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozilla_Firefox</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Muse</title>
      <id>DjDH2YAz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Muse:1994_band_devon_english_formed_group_rock_teignmouth</link>
      <tags>band group rock</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are an English rock band formed in Teignmouth, Devon in 1994 under the alias of Rocket Baby Dolls</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muse_(band)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>their style mixes many musical genres, including alternative rock, classical music and electronica</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muse_(band)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The band comprises Matthew Bellamy (vocals, guitar and piano), Christopher Wolstenholme (bass guitar and backing vocals) and Dominic Howard (drums and percussion)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muse_(band)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Musée de la Sculpture en Plein Air</title>
      <id>cxYDhmw1</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Musée_de_la_Sculpture_en_Plein_Air</link>
      <tags>museum pari</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a collection of outdoor sculpture located on the banks of the Seine in the 5th arrondissement, Paris, France</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_de_la_Sculpture_en_Plein_Air</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>open constantly without charge</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_de_la_Sculpture_en_Plein_Air</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The museum was created in 1980 in the Jardin Tino Rossi to display sculptures from the second half of the twentieth century</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_de_la_Sculpture_en_Plein_Air</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Music</title>
      <id>DM4FojYZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Music:arc_argentina</link>
      <tags>arc argentina</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>first single by American singer-songwriter Madonna</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_(Madonna_song)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was released on August 21, 2000 by Maverick Records</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_(Madonna_song)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>music sequencer</title>
      <id>cSwB3fnc</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/music_sequencer</link>
      <tags>hardware midi music software</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>software or hardware designed to create and manage computer-generated music</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/music_sequencer</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Most modern sequencers now feature audio editing and processing capabilities as well</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/music_sequencer</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Nate Silver</title>
      <id>DDdInt81</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Nate_Silver:american_person</link>
      <tags>american person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is Managing Partner of Baseball Prospectus</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nate_Silver</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>best known for inventing PECOTA, a system for forecasting the performance and career development of Major League Baseball players</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nate_Silver</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>NC</title>
      <id>0tPvLJGZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/NC:circuit_complexity</link>
      <tags>circuit complexity</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a class of problems in algorithms</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NC_(complexity)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is the set of decision problems decidable in polylogarithmic time on a parallel computer with a polynomial number of processors</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NC_(complexity)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>netcat</title>
      <id>dh0F9w1k</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/netcat</link>
      <tags>network software</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a computer networking utility for reading from and writing to network connections on either TCP or UDP</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netcat</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is a feature-rich network debugging and investigation tool</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netcat</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>can produce almost any kind of correlation within a network you would need and has a number of built-in capabilities</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netcat</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>New York City</title>
      <id>dzqKgfG7</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/New_York_City:city_populous_state</link>
      <tags>city state</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the most populous city in the United States, in a metropolitan area that ranks among the world's most-populous urban areas</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a leading global city, exerting a powerful influence over worldwide commerce, finance, culture, and entertainment</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>largest city in the state of New York</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Nicolas Sarkozy</title>
      <id>09ff16Nj</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Nicolas_Sarkozy:autor_lehrer_mann_person</link>
      <tags>autor lehrer mann person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>President of France</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Sarkozy</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Nintendo</title>
      <id>DQnrPpib</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Nintendo:member_publisher</link>
      <tags>member publisher</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>famous for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) video console</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) video console</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created the Nintendo 64 video console</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created the Wii video console</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created the Game Boy handheld video console (shipped in many variations over the years)</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created the Nintendo DS handheld video console</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Notation3</title>
      <id>dXBx7XEN</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Notation3</link>
      <tags>semantic web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a shorthand non-XML serialization of Resource Description Framework models, designed with human-readability in mind</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notation3</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The format is being developed by Tim Berners-Lee and others from the Semantic Web community</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notation3</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Oasis</title>
      <id>D8jZ9otC</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Oasis:band_group</link>
      <tags>band group</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are an English rock band that formed in Manchester in 1991</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oasis_(band)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The group was formed by Liam Gallagher (vocals), Paul Arthurs (guitar), Paul McGuigan (bass) and Tony McCarroll (drums), who were soon joined by Liam's older brother Noel Gallagher (guitar and vocals)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oasis_(band)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>OEM</title>
      <id>cHQ6lapn</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/OEM:computer_hardware_software</link>
      <tags>computer hardware software</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Bulk components are often mistakenly referred to as OEM products. However, these do not actually differ from retail versions, except in their packaging and/or the way they are procured</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Original_equipment_manufacturer</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Oliver Twist</title>
      <id>d5gdooFV</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Oliver_Twist:film_novel</link>
      <tags>film novel</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a novel by Charles Dickens written in 1838</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monk_(disambiguation)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>OOP</title>
      <id>dks6zxOg</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/OOP:programming</link>
      <tags>programming</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>programming paradigm that uses "objects" and their interactions to design applications and computer programs</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-oriented_programming</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Object-oriented programming</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-oriented_programming</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>OOWS</title>
      <id>WbTxc2ji</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/OOWS</link>
      <tags>baum symbol</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>defines a full software development process for the web</title>
          <source>http://www2003.org/cdrom/papers/poster/p329/p329-fons.htm</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Object Oriented Web Solution</title>
          <source>http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/OOWS</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>extension of the OO-Method that introduces the required expressivity to capture navigational and presentation web application requirements</title>
          <source>http://www2003.org/cdrom/papers/poster/p329/p329-fons.htm</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Orange</title>
      <id>03Vigeif</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Orange:citrus_fruit</link>
      <tags>citrus fruit</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a hybrid of ancient cultivated origin, possibly between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and tangerine (Citrus reticulata)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>It is a small flowering tree growing to about 10 m tall with evergreen leaves, which are arranged alternately, of ovate shape with crenulate margins and 4–10 cm long</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>fruit is a hesperidium, a type of berry</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Oranges originated in Southeast Asia</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>These varieties are called 'Ambersweet' oranges</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/43/Ambersweet_oranges.jpg/180px-Ambersweet_oranges.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Orange</title>
      <id>0zG2HOlR</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Orange:brand_company</link>
      <tags>brand company</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the brand used by France Telecom for its mobile network operator and Internet service provider subsidiaries</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(brand)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>ORF</title>
      <id>cQgK2glu</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/ORF:austrian-television_broadcaster</link>
      <tags>austrian-television broadcaster television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the Austrian national public service broadcaster</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF_(broadcaster)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The first test transmissions in Austria were made in 1923 by Radio Hekaphon, run by a technical school in Vienna</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF_(broadcaster)#History_of_broadcasting_in_Austria</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>ORF1</title>
      <id>d9ZZJbbm</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/ORF1:austria_austrian-television</link>
      <tags>austria austrian-television television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the first television channel of the national broadcasting network ORF</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF_1</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>before 1992: FS1</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF_1</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>ORF2</title>
      <id>0OmW6cQV</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/ORF2</link>
      <tags>austria austrian-television television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an Austrian television channel owned by ORF</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF2</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Formally FS2 until 1992</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF2</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>launched on 11 September 1961 as a technical test programm</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORF2</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Organ</title>
      <id>dKyYNtiJ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Organ:anatomy_biology</link>
      <tags>anatomy biology</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a group of tissues that perform a specific function or group of functions</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_(anatomy)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Latin: organum, "instrument, tool", from Greek όργανον - organon, "organ, instrument, tool"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_(anatomy)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Orso Mario Corbino</title>
      <id>0SwsgJd4</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Orso_Mario_Corbino</link>
      <tags>italian physicist</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an Italian physicist and politician</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orso_Mario_Corbino</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>also served as professor in Messina (1905) and in Rome (1908)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orso_Mario_Corbino</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Noted for his studies of the influence of external magnetic fields on the motion of electrons in metals and discovered the Corbino effect</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orso_Mario_Corbino</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Owl</title>
      <id>dUZbwD4C</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Owl:science_semantic</link>
      <tags>science semantic web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a markup language for publishing and sharing data using ontologies on the World Wide Web</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owl</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a family of knowledge representation languages for authoring ontologies, and is endorsed by the World Wide Web Consortium</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Ontology_Language</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The natural acronym for Web Ontology Language would be WOL instead of OWL</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Ontology_Language</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>By a funny conincidence, the character Owl from Winnie the Pooh wrote his name WOL (exactly opposite to the way the acronym OWL was created for this term)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Ontology_Language</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Oxymoron</title>
      <id>DvU8bIGd</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Oxymoron:denotes</link>
      <tags>language</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>denotes a contradiction</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a figure of speech that combines two normally contradictory terms</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The word oxymoron is itself an oxymoron</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>loanword from Greek oxy ("sharp" or "pointed") and moros ("dull")</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Example: Deafening silence</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Example: Living Dead</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Paris</title>
      <id>cMUx0Lhg</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Paris:capital_city_france</link>
      <tags>city france</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>located in France</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Paul Graham</title>
      <id>Dh5ar9jn</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Paul_Graham:computer_person_yahoo!</link>
      <tags>computer person yahoo!</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a programmer, venture capitalist, and essayist, known for his work on Lisp</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Graham</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the author of On Lisp (1993), ANSI Common Lisp (1995), and Hackers & Painters (2004)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Graham</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>PEBKAC</title>
      <id>0HBid0jr</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/PEBKAC</link>
      <tags>computer in-joke</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an acronym which stands for "Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PEBKAC</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Peg dope</title>
      <id>WNqAA8Sv</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Peg_dope</link>
      <tags>instrument string</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a chemical sealant applied to pipe threads to ensure a leakproof and pressure-tight seal</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dope</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a substance used to coat the bearing surfaces of the tuning pegs of string instruments (mainly violins, cellos, violas)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peg_dope</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Petroleum</title>
      <id>0bAms8gk</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Petroleum:mixture_oil</link>
      <tags>mixture oil</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>flammable liquid found in rock formations in the Earth consisting of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons of various molecular weights, plus other organic compounds</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petroleum</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Piccadilly</title>
      <id>0Z2WM4Yz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Piccadilly:london_street</link>
      <tags>london street</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a major London street, running from Hyde Park Corner in the west to Piccadilly Circus in the east</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piccadilly</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>completely within the city of Westminster</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piccadilly</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the location of Fortnum & Mason, the Royal Academy, The Ritz Hotel and Hatchards book shop. Simpsons, once amongst the United Kingdom's leading clothing stores, opened on Piccadilly in the 1930s</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piccadilly</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Piccadilly</title>
      <id>dLrCHv0a</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Piccadilly:novel</link>
      <tags>novel</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a novel by Laurence Oliphant</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piccadilly_(disambiguation)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Piet</title>
      <id>WTHZNyJd</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Piet</link>
      <tags>language programming</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an esoteric programming language designed by David Morgan-Mar, whose programs are bitmaps that look like abstract art</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piet_(programming_language)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>named after the Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piet_(programming_language)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Piet program that prints 'Piet'</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/Piet_Program.gif</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>A "Hello World" program in Piet</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c2/Piet_Program_Hello_World%281%29.gif</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>PNG</title>
      <id>0gDhw0pH</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/PNG:format_graphics</link>
      <tags>format graphics</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>format was created because in early 1995 it was revealed that the LZW algorithm used in the GIF format had been patented by Unisys</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Network_Graphics</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>PNGOUT</title>
      <id>WpTxk3UM</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/PNGOUT</link>
      <tags>graphic software</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a freeware command line optimizer for PNG images written by Ken Silverman</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PNGOUT</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The compression is lossless, meaning that the resulting image will have exactly the same appearance as the source image</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PNGOUT</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Poison</title>
      <id>cA9sl8Vc</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Poison:equipment_execution</link>
      <tags>equipment execution</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are substances that can cause damage, illness, or death to organisms, usually by chemical reaction or other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poison</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Prague</title>
      <id>W1WE5TLI</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Prague:city_czech</link>
      <tags>city czech</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prague</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Procrastination</title>
      <id>dNNmgKZN</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Procrastination:behaviour</link>
      <tags>behaviour</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>type of avoidance behaviour characterised by postponing actions to a later time</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>comes from the Latin word procrastinatus: pro- (forward) and crastinus (of tomorrow)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procrastination</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Puls 4</title>
      <id>c8DYCiBP</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Puls_4</link>
      <tags>austria austrian-television television</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an Austrian private television station</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>it is owned by the ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>RAM</title>
      <id>0tdah6kr</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/RAM:computer_random</link>
      <tags>computer</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Random Access Memory</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAM</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>RDF/XML</title>
      <id>WxUy5o7b</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/RDF/XML:file_format</link>
      <tags>file format semantic web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an XML syntax for the Resource Description Framework (RDF)</title>
          <source>http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-syntax-grammar/</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>reference</title>
      <id>0IrFemZO</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/reference:library</link>
      <tags>library</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a dictionary, an encyclopedia or other reference work, that contains many brief articles that cover a broad scope of knowledge in one book, or a set of books</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/reference</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Republic of India</title>
      <id>0DCAZA7a</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Republic_of_India</link>
      <tags>asia country</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a country in South Asia</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is the seventh largest country by geographical area, the second most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Resource Description Framework</title>
      <id>DvCVl0oT</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Resource_Description_Framework</link>
      <tags>semantic web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>allows making statements about web resources in the form of subject-predicate-object expressions (triples)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>a family of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specifications, originally designed as a metadata data model, which has come to be used as a general method of modeling information through a variety of syntax formats</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Robin Williams</title>
      <id>0DNNHH9q</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Robin_Williams:academy_actor_american</link>
      <tags>academy actor</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>American television, stage and film actor and comedian</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Williams</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is a great imitator of voices, many of his roles in movies take advantage of that</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>has won an Academy Award for his performance in Good Will Hunting</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Williams</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>has won six Golden Globes, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and three Grammy Awards</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Williams</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Roger de Busli</title>
      <id>DXw1LX8u</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Roger_de_Busli:anglo-norman_norman</link>
      <tags>anglo-norman norman</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was a Norman baron who accompanied William the Conqueror (Duke of Normandy) in his successful conquest of England in 1066</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_de_Busli</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Roof</title>
      <id>c2e0yzO9</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Roof</link>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the covering on the uppermost part of a building</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roof</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>protects the building and its contents from the effects of weather</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roof</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Safari</title>
      <id>0VMJP0lf</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Safari:browser_software_uses_web</link>
      <tags>browser software web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was developed by Apple Inc</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safari_(web_browser)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Salt</title>
      <id>0nzUcJ8e</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Salt:food_mineral</link>
      <tags>mineral food</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a mineral essential for animal life, composed primarily of sodium chloride</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>iodized salt</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>unrefined salt (such as sea salt)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>refined salt (table salt)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>San José</title>
      <id>D0vhULVF</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/San_José?id=D0vhULVF</link>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a city in the center-east of the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_José,_Entre_Ríos</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>15,000 inhabitants</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_José,_Entre_Ríos</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>located some 10 km northwest from Colón, near the Uruguay River</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_José,_Entre_Ríos</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Sans-serif</title>
      <id>cN2Pm7rp</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Sans-serif:letter_typeface_typography</link>
      <tags>typeface typography</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>letter forms can be found in Latin, Etruscan, and Greek inscriptions, for as early as 5th century BC</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sans-serif#History</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Seattle</title>
      <id>WhMXREWh</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Seattle:city_washington</link>
      <tags>city washington</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a coastal port city in the U.S. state of Washington</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Semantic Web</title>
      <id>Dr0WWWBs</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Semantic_Web:consortium_service</link>
      <tags>consortium semantic service web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>tries to make it possible for the web to understand and satisfy the requests of people and machines to use the web content</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_Web</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>derives from World Wide Web Consortium director Sir Tim Berners-Lee's vision of the Web as a universal medium for data, information, and knowledge exchange</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_Web</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>comprises a set of design principles, collaborative working groups, and a variety of enabling technologies</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_Web</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Sennheiser</title>
      <id>cUYAo2ED</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Sennheiser:brand_company</link>
      <tags>brand company</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>electronic GmbH & Co</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sennheiser</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Sentence</title>
      <id>c5dR748x</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Sentence:linguistic_unit</link>
      <tags>linguistic unit</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a grammatical unit of one or more words, bearing minimal syntactic relation to the words that precede or follow it</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentence_(linguistics)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Sentences are generally characterized in most languages by the presence of a finite verb, e.g. "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentence_(linguistics)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Sentence</title>
      <id>WAlfrDZc</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Sentence:law_sentencing</link>
      <tags>law sentencing</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>forms the final act of a judge-ruled process, and also the symbolic principal act connected to his function</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentence_(law)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>sic</title>
      <id>cr3GFbpU</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/sic:phrase_word</link>
      <tags>phrase word</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Latin word meaning "thus", "so", "as such", or "just as that"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sic</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>may be used to show that an uncommon, archaic or otherwise notable usage (of a word or phrase) is reported faithfully</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sic#Overview</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Simpsons</title>
      <id>dUGrLf05</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Simpsons:comic_series</link>
      <tags>comic tv series</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>characters consist of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>aired through the Fox Broadcasting Company</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>created by Matt Groening</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is an animated American sitcom</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is set in the fictional town of Springfield</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Time magazine's December 31, 1999 issue named it the 20th Century's best television series</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>2007 marks the 20th anniversary of The Simpsons franchise</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>debut on December 17, 1989</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simpsons</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Smallville</title>
      <id>DKcoUxwN</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Smallville:series_tv</link>
      <tags>series tv</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>plays in the fictional town of Smallville, Kansas</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smallville_(TV_series)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Snowman</title>
      <id>djckaNkZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Snowman:season_winter_xmas</link>
      <tags>season winter xmas</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>man-like sculpture made of snow</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowman</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Söğüt</title>
      <id>cO12WXwb</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Söğüt</link>
      <tags>city turkic</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>has an area of 599 square kilometers (231 sq mi) and borders Bilecik to the west, Gölpazarı to the north, İnhisar to the northeast, Eskişehir to the southeast, and Bozüyük to the southwest</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Söğüt</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>South Park</title>
      <id>dPAQdJeQ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/South_Park:series_tv</link>
      <tags>series tv</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>animated television comedy series</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Park</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>SPARQL</title>
      <id>0Sx8EvVD</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/SPARQL</link>
      <tags>semantic service web</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a query language for RDF graphs</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Query_language</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>pronounced "sparkle"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQL</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>its name is an acronym that stands for Simple Protocol and RDF Query Language</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQL</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Stan Lee</title>
      <id>dyGE9DTw</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Stan_Lee:actor_american_person</link>
      <tags>actor american person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>an American writer, editor, creator of comic book characters, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Lee</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Steve McQueen</title>
      <id>dDS6joLz</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Steve_McQueen:actor_person</link>
      <tags>actor person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was an American movie actor</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_McQueen</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>got his most significant break when Frank Sinatra removed Sammy Davis, Jr. from the film Never So Few, and Davis' role went to McQueen</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_McQueen_(actor)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Subvertising</title>
      <id>0e5R5WwZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Subvertising</link>
      <tags>advertising technique</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>refers to the practice of making spoofs or parodies of corporate and political advertisements in order to make a statement</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subvertising</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Test</title>
      <id>ds7y6fFA</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Test:education</link>
      <tags>education</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>can be done orally, written or by practical examination</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>serves to assess or measure students' performance, knowledge or skills</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>are often used in education, professional certification, counseling, psychology (e.g., MMPI), the military, and many other fields</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_(student_assessment)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>The Rolling Stones</title>
      <id>c0hr4CRW</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/The_Rolling_Stones:band_english</link>
      <tags>band english rock</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are an English rock band</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rolling_Stones</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Thomas Edison</title>
      <id>WZA9Xtve</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Thomas_Edison:american_inventor</link>
      <tags>american inventor</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>invented the phonograph and the light bulb</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was an American inventor</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Edison</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>he proposed to his second wife Mina by morse code: .– — ..- .-.. -.. -.– — ..- — .- .-. .-. -.– — . and Mina replied -.– . ..., agreeing</title>
          <source>http://www.neatorama.com/2008/02/11/10-fascinating-facts-about-edison/</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Edison’s First Patented Invention (for a telegraphic vote-recording machine for the legislature) was a Flop</title>
          <source>http://www.neatorama.com/2008/02/11/10-fascinating-facts-about-edison/</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Tim O'Reilly</title>
      <id>cZjl0Fs5</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Tim_O%27Reilly:oreilly_person</link>
      <tags>person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is the founder of O'Reilly Media</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_O'Reilly</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Toblerone</title>
      <id>cLDHPEM5</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Toblerone:food_product</link>
      <tags>food product</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>is a chocolate bar made by Kraft Foods Switzerland</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>There is a hidden bear in the Matterhorn mountain on the Toblerone logo, symbolizing Bern, the town of its origin</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>was created by Theodor Tobler and Emil Baumann in Bern, Switzerland in 1908</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Theodor Tobler applied for a patent for the Toblerone manufacturing process in Bern in 1906</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is best known for its triangular shaped chunks (representing the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The Toblerone brand was trademarked in 1909</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toblerone</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Tokyo</title>
      <id>DVWmhcnO</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Tokyo:city_japan_largest</link>
      <tags>city japan</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>located in Japan</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>12,790,000 inhabitants</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Tool</title>
      <id>05gXUzxB</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Tool?id=05gXUzxB</link>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>A tool or device is a piece of equipment which typically provides a mechanical advantage in accomplishing a physical task</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tool</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>When particularly intended for domestic use, a tool is often called a utensil</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tool</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Tooltime</title>
      <id>DiGT5gWv</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Tooltime:series_tv</link>
      <tags>series tv</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>hosted by Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor (played by Tim Allen)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tooltime</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Trousers</title>
      <id>05Q8HOYq</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Trousers</link>
      <tags>clothing type</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are an item of clothing worn on the lower part of the body from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately (rather than with cloth stretching across both as in skirts and dresses)</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trousers</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>twitter</title>
      <id>dw6VjV7b</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/twitter:online_service_web20</link>
      <tags>online service web20</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>allows its users to send and read other users' updates, which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/twitter</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is based on the meme of following: you decide whose peoples' messages you'd like to receive</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>the short messags are known as tweets</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/twitter</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>messages may be tagged using hashtags, a word or phrase prefixed with a #, such as #beer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/twitter</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Users perpetually answer the question, "What are you doing?"</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/twitter</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>experienced approximately 98% uptime in 2007, or about three full days of downtime</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/twitter</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>U2</title>
      <id>cOm9GEVS</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/U2:group_music</link>
      <tags>group music</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>are a rock band from Dublin, Ireland</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U2</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The band formed in 1976 when the members were teenagers with limited musical proficiency</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U2</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Vi</title>
      <id>d6yewEjo</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Vi:editor_unix</link>
      <tags>editor unix</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a screen-oriented text editor written by Bill Joy in 1976 for an early BSD release</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vi</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>The name vi is derived from the shortest unambiguous abbreviation for the command visual in ex</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vi</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Vienna</title>
      <id>0T6qgDGG</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Vienna:austria_capital</link>
      <tags>austria city</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Capital of Austria</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>largest city in Austria</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>VisIt</title>
      <id>dtxPM8K3</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/VisIt:life</link>
      <tags>life</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a person, or people, goes to either see someone or a place</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visit</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Washington D.C.</title>
      <id>cZFGQGLV</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Washington_D.C.</link>
      <tags>usa capital</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the capital of the United States, founded on July 16, 1790</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington,_DC</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is located on the north bank of the Potomac River and is bordered by the states of Virginia to the southwest and Maryland to the other</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington,_DC</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>used to be a separate municipality within the District of Columbia until an Act of Congress in 1871 effectively merged the City and the District into a single entity</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington,_DC</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Weblog</title>
      <id>WAGqnqWT</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Weblog:blog_blogging</link>
      <tags>blog blogging</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Web site, usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blog</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wiener Riesenrad</title>
      <id>cVZvGx14</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wiener_Riesenrad:architecture_leopoldstadt</link>
      <tags>architecture leopoldstadt</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a Ferris wheel at the entrance of the Prater amusement park in Leopoldstadt, the 2nd district of Austria's capital Vienna</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiener_Riesenrad</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wifitising</title>
      <id>ctsv1Swa</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wifitising</link>
      <tags>advertising compound marketing organic</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>works by naming a wifi access point with an advertising message</title>
          <source>personal</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wingsuit flying</title>
      <id>cfoNmYOp</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wingsuit_flying</link>
      <tags>aerodynamic parachuting</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>the art of flying the human body through the air using a special jumpsuit, called a wingsuit, that shapes the human body into an airfoil which can create lift</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wingsuit_flying</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>creates the airfoil shape with fabric sewn between the legs and under the arms</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wingsuit_flying</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Wingsuits in flight</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/df/Wingsuit-01.jpg/180px-Wingsuit-01.jpg</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wired</title>
      <id>0HYcrCOR</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wired:computer_magazine_monthly</link>
      <tags>computer magazine</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>monthly American magazine and on-line periodical</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>published in San Francisco, California since March 1993</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>from 1998 to 2006, Wired magazine and Wired News (which publishes at Wired.com) had separate owners</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>known for its strong libertarian principles, its enthusiastic embrace of techno-utopianism, and its sometimes experimental layout with its bold use of fluorescent and metallic inks</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart</title>
      <id>c1an2YO3</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart:influential_person</link>
      <tags>person</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Classical Composer</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Born on January 27, 1756</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>Died on December 5, 1791</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Wood</title>
      <id>d4pqdqyZ</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Wood:material_solid</link>
      <tags>material</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a solid material derived from woody plants, notably trees but also shrubs</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>nearly all boats were made out of wood till the late 1800s</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>has been used for millennia for many purpose</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>to be used for construction work is commonly known as lumber in North America</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is burned as a fuel mostly in rural areas of the world</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
        <fact>
          <title>is used as fuel, for making artworks, furniture, tools, and weapons, and as a construction material</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>World Trade Center</title>
      <id>Wgy11qR2</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/World_Trade_Center:building_newyorkcity</link>
      <tags>building newyorkcity</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>was a complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan that were attacked by terrorists on September 11, 2001</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Trade_Center</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Xbox 360</title>
      <id>0R5AQftb</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Xbox_360:console_microsoft_videogame</link>
      <tags>console microsoft videogame</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>Xbox 360</title>
          <source>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/69/Xbox360.png/250px-Xbox360.png</source>
          <type>picture</type>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
    <term>
      <title>Zombie computer</title>
      <id>dQcaNFfO</id>
      <link>http://en.factolex.com/Zombie_computer</link>
      <tags>attack denial-of-service</tags>
      <facts>
        <fact>
          <title>a computer accessed by a hacker without the owner's knowledge, and used for purposes such as sending spam</title>
          <source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zombie_(disambiguation)</source>
        </fact>
      </facts>
    </term>
  </lexicon>
</response>

Errors

100Parameter 'user' missing.
200Specified user does not exist.

Error-Query:

http://api.factolex.com/v1/lexicon

Error-Response:

<error>
  <code>100</code>
  <message>Parameter 'user' missing.</message>
</error>

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API Methods
getRetrieve a term from Factolex.
lexiconRetrieve a user's lexicon.
searchSearch for a term or a fact within the database of Factolex.
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