The Semantic Web School has monitored press releases about semantic technologies and related stuff over the past 5 years. A collection of about 1.200 links and summaries on articles are the result. These articles were tagged and those tags are mainly linked to wikipedia – so this might be an interesting data collection for some … Continue reading
together with Leo Sauermann talking about the Semantic Desktop “war mir ein großes Volksfest”. Thanks Leo!
When Mor Naaman from Yahoo said in a special track on Web 3.0 at WWW2007 that the “Semantic Web” is dead, he obviously tried to attract attention. Nevertheless, in my opinion he is absolutely right – there is no chance to “teach” people to annotate web content in a more sophisticated way than “social tagging” … Continue reading
…is the ultimative design pattern for the Semantic Web. In search for high quality data W3C provides a platform called “Linking Open Data on the Semantic Web“. Some basic datasets like geographic or encyclopedic information are already available. The more meshups from that datasets people will build the more data will be available, and so … Continue reading
TRIPLE-I The Innovation Conference for Knowledge Management, New Media Technology and Semantic Technologies 5 – 7 September 2007 Graz, Austria http://www.triple-i.info The TRIPLE-I Conference series is a joint venture of the conferences I-KNOW – International Conference on Knowledge Management I-MEDIA – International Conference on New Media Technology I-SEMANTICS – International Conference on … Continue reading
It has always been worth using exalead from time to time to “exalead” (somehow that verb isn´t that popular as “to google”) one´s favourite search phrases (you usually type in when you start your computer in the morning . That´s because exalead finds sometimes really “new” websites for you when you´re a regular google-user. So, … Continue reading
When I tried to figure out which tendencies, hot topics and trends at the upcoming WWW2007 will be discussed, I first looked up the official website of the conference. I thought to myself – why isn´t there a semantic search implemented for the WWW2007? But the weblog revealed: There is one! After doing some research … Continue reading
The recently published Top 100 Alternative Search Engines are mainly covering bad copies of Google. The reason is, that (1) no semantics/meaning of the content is being extracted by most of the “alternatives” and (2) they don´t focus on special domains. Therefore Google won´t be topped in the next few years… But, if you take … Continue reading
Semantic Web School has just started its Semantic Awareness Barometer 2007. This year´s online survey investigates into the relationship between Web 2.0 and Semantic Web. If you have experiences in any of these fields, please feel free to participate. The following aspects are of central interest: The interplay of Web 2.0 applications and Semantic Web … Continue reading
Nova Spivack gave an interview to the Semantic Web School where he points out again, that it´s time to bring the Semantic Web to ordinary non-technical end-users. Read more….