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Tag: web 3.0 (page 2)

  • Nstein’s TME 5.0: Optimize Your Web Content for the Semantic Web

    With the planned Fall 2009 release of a feature-rich up-grade to its Text Mining Engine (TME), Nstein Technologies (news, site ) is taking semantic metadata firmly into the world of Web 3.0.

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  • Google Wave: Communicate and Collaborate Google Style

    Both e-mail and instant messaging are pretty basic ideas. Originally designed back in the ‘60s, the two electronic earth-shakers were made to replace what we had back then: the telephone and snail mail. Consider what we have now: blogs, wikis, collaborative documents, etc.

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  • RDFa, Drupal and a Practical Semantic Web

    In the march toward creating the semantic web, web content management systems such as Drupal (news, site ) and many proprietary vendors struggle with the goal of emitting structured information that other sites and tools can usefully consume.

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  • Worio Finds What You Didn't Even Know You Wanted

    CMSWire applauds those that take a current solution and put it on its head. Worio, a small search engine, isn't your traditional search engine, in that it all it does is find what you're looking for. While it can do that, Worio also aims to find the things you didn't even know you were looking for. They call it

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  • Semantic E-mail Addressing: The Future of E-mail?

    Stanford University is working on developing a new enterprise 2.0 e-mail system based on semantics. Traditional e-mail centers need specific e-mail addresses, group lists, or the like. But SEAmail (Semantic E-mail Addressing) seeks to eliminate this need by pulling e-mail addresses from large databases based on search criteria and a

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  • Webinar: The Significance of the Semantic Web

    The web, much like our global environment, is in a state of flux. The transition to what is being called the semantic web (or web 3.0) is happening and it’s happening while you read this.

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  • BooRah: Food + Web 3.0 = Money

    We’ve talked a lot about the benefits of semantics in the recent past with regard to search functionality, but you’re probably wondering if there’s anything else to be gleaned from linguistic development. Straight up: you want to know if semantics, in any way shape or form, mean money.

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  • MetaDolce Ushers In Web 3.0 With Semantic Search

    Move over scientists, we’re all feeling lucky these days. At least, we are when it comes to relevant search results thanks to companies like MetaDolce. To be more specific, OmniSearch is MetaDolce’s new and robust platform for semantic searching. Last time we talked semantics the conversation featured Noesis, the semantic

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  • Swirrl Launched -- A Web 3.0 Wiki

    We like wikis, but how does a wiki present itself in a business environment? Well, if Swirrl is any indication, then it is worth noting that we still have a way to go.

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  • Build Your Sprout Flash Widget and Watch it Grow

    Although they are still growing in use and popularity, widgets are not new to the web. Something that is new is the ability to easily create your own flash based widgets without needing to know a lot of action script or other code base.

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  • SocialThing: Looking to Take Over the Social Web

    There are many out there attempting to rule the face of social web and provide an answer to the time consuming-ness of being social on the internet. Names such as Google, Facebook, and FriendFeed have been at the forefront lately.

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  • Google Gets Friendly and Connects the Web

    Web 2.0 brought about the evolution of the social web. But there have always been challenges working socially on the web, especially with social marketing or social networking. The challenge is that it can be difficult to stay active socially, even just in your niche.

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  • Users vs. Technology: Who Runs the Innovation Racket?

    An interesting article in BusinessWeek poses an intriguing question: what is driving new media (think Web 2.0 and 3.0) -- content builders or technology developers? Because more people are blogging than are programming, BusinessWeek author Jon Fine suggests that "In the tug-of-war between the right-brain of media and the left-brain

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  • Proximic Enables Monetization for Web Publishers

    When I say "contextual content network," you say "pattern proximity." Got it? Contextual content network. (Pattern proximity!) Very good. Now what exactly does that mean? A start-up called Proximic has launched a network designed to overcome the limitations of contextual advertising technologies; that is, search and online advertising platforms based on keywords,

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