Tag Archives: semantic web

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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Followup: In a next evolution of the web public interaction will be less important

Yesterday I wrote down my thoughts on what the next generation might do on the web compared to our generation. My main point was that I felt they would find the public interaction that this generation is now discovering less … Continue reading

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In the next evolution of the web public interaction will be less important

One of the things that pops into my mind when I look at what most of us call web 2.0 is that this era can be marked as an era where every user can be a public figure. In the … Continue reading

Posted in Cloud Computing, microformats, new generation, semantic web, user centric web, web 2.0, web 3.0 | Tagged , , , , , , | 29 Comments