Category Archives: Sir Tim Berners-Lee

How is the semantic web going to deal with human behavior?

I have read numerous posts  on the semantic web this past year or so. The latest one by Marshall KirkPatrick at ReadWriteWeb in which he writes about an academic that warns us to pay attention to the  question if the … Continue reading

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The user doesn’t care about Web 3.0 or the Social Graph

Interesting post by Sir Tim Berners-Lee about the developments of the Social Graph. He writes: We are all interested in friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances. There is a lot of blogging about the strain, and total frustration that, while you … Continue reading

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