I have said before that unless we have some tools in place, the semantic web will be dead on arrival. So, instead of just complaining about it, I will start with listing the ideas that I think are needed. I hope to contribute to the development of some of this in the near future as […]

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ReadWriteWeb has an interesting overview of the types of semantic web applications. I will not try to explain the various types, as that is handled better in the article itself. However, I would like to look at some of the applications that were mentioned in the article. I will not be discussing the actual formats […]

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As a software engineer, this question comes up fairly often “Should you specialize in a technology”. Right now the question is there because the large number of Java developers are wondering whether they should learn Ruby or Groovy. For those asking the Ruby or Groovy question, yes learn one of them. Learning is always important, […]

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Website valuations are fun to play with. Some of the valuations are absolutely ridiculous. About a month ago, I had written about the rumors of Bebo selling for $1 billion. Now we have heard that Bebo was actually bought for $750 million, and Meebo is trying to sell themselves for $250 million. So, in order […]

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Accidentally, I have created a series of posts based on the pending content war article I had written. So I have already posted my review of personalized homepage services, and a short post regarding a review of the lifestreaming services. Now that Alltop has been launched I can complete the series with a comparison of […]

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