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Saturday November 16, 2002
09:27 PM

the semantic web

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One of the speakers on the most recent Geek Cruise talked a lot about the semantic web. This stuff looks cool. Imagine RSS on steroids. And flexible. And subclassable. And self-describing. And building on others' work, even commenting about others' work.

I've got to figure out a way to add meta-info to my massive column archive. That'd make it searchable with off-the-shelf tools.

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  • Who was the speaker? I dunno if you got a chance to read Tim Berners-Lee's Weaving the Web [w3.org]. It's not really a technical book but partly a review about the birth of HTML/HTTP, and mostly a treatise on why the semantic web is cool. Did the speaker cover any real world projects that are using this technology?