Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations

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Posts with a semantic theme

TQL : A Standard Syntax For Multi-Tag Queries

Alistair Davidson proposed a standardised syntax for multi-tag queries in Web 2.0 applications, as an essential step towards the Semantic Web.

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What is Web 2.0?

A buzzword in its prime, Web 2.0 is a loose label for a variety of tools, techniques and services that are coming together to humanise the web in new and exciting ways … but is it really new?

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Some papers on the Educational Semantic Web

paper on the semantic web in education

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Two gurus vs the Semantic Web

Matt Jones links to Lou Rosenfeld echoing Clay Shirky’s opposition to the Semantic Web

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Reconstructing a debate from Weblog posts

A distributed online debate reconstructed as a narrative with charaters

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Denham Grey’s intro to Ontologies

Intro to onologires, where to start, what to do and some useful links

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(yet another) introduction to semantic web concepts

InfoVis provide a simple intro to semantic web ideas with some useful background links

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Like Seb, we are waiting for the Semantic Web to enter the real world

Towards the Semantic Web: the usability problem is a greater challenge than defining the details

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Semantic Web reality check

Semantic Web: sounds nice, but what are the costs and benefits?

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