Technologists have a tendency to focus on the technologies being used during a project. Many people would use the newest or most hyped technologies in order to stay ahead, or even just to use it as a learning experience. I have been in the software development industry long enough to know that technology is not… Read More Theories And Technologies Are Not Solutions
Three companies have been making changes to the way people use the web. I am not talking about mobile devices as they still use the same basic internet that desktops and laptops use. I am talking about Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Each of these companies is trying to own something in the future infrastructure of… Read More The Web Is Finally Evolving To A More Semantic Future
Yesterday, Alexander van Elsas wrote a post about our pointless need for real-time information. As usual, it is a very interesting read, and he gets you thinking. I commented on his post, but I felt like there was more to say. To start, Alexander makes an interesting point of whether information really has any value… Read More Real Time Information is Just Data, Knowledge Comes Later
ReadWriteWeb has an interesting article about what’s after Web 2.0. It got me thinking about where all of this technology is heading. First, let me state that we should stop trying to “version” the web as it just gives people definitions to argue about. There were some comments regarding even more multimedia content becoming available,… Read More What is Next? Semantic-Enabled Mobile Applications.
The other day, I was reading a very good article from ReadWriteWeb regarding where all of the semantic web authoring tools are. The author, Nitin Karandikar, had some very good points about the importance of tools. On the one hand, most authors are comfortable with, and proficient in, desktop authoring tools such as Microsoft Word,… Read More Is the Semantic Web Dead On Arrival?