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What's left for RSS to disrupt? Plenty

What's left for RSS to disrupt? Plenty

Updated 5/20/05: Steve Gillmor is back on "the air" again.   Under the name the "Gillmor Daily," Gillmor's new regular gig featured Dave Winer (credited with the birth or rebirth of the XML-RPC, RSS, podcasting, and OPML) for the first show and based on what is said near the show's end, Winer will be making regular appearances.

May 20, 2005 by in Tech Industry

Semantic web looking for the killer app

Semantic web looking for the killer app

Tim Berners-Lee continues to preach the gospel of the semantic web.  Speaking at the Fourth Annual Bio-IT World Conference and Expo in Boston, Berners-Lee discussed how the semantic web could solve problems in the life sciences: Life scientists in particular could find the Semantic Web a useful tool and in so doing "provide leadership to lots of other fields" in implementing this next-generation Web technology, Berners-Lee said.

May 20, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

Google personalizes homepage

Google personalizes homepage

At Google's Factory Tours for press and analysts today, the company rolled out its MyYahoo-like personalized home page. At this point, the content sources are limited, but it's a good indicator that Google's intent to become a full-fledged portal and more of a home base for users.

May 19, 2005 by in Google

Mr. Gates' new workplace

Mr. Gates' new workplace

Bill Gates' latest publically available e-mail/position paper/market vision statement/Office product feature prequel/outline for a new book tackles the "new world of work":Advances in pattern recognition, smart content, visualization and simulation, as well as innovations in hardware, displays and wireless networks, all give us an opportunity to re-imagine how software can help people get their jobs done.

May 19, 2005 by in Microsoft

Microsoft CTO Craig Mundie looks into the future

Microsoft CTO Craig Mundie looks into the future

Craig Mundie, Microsoft CTO for advanced strateties and policy as well as one of the right hands of Bill Gates, was in Palo Alto to participate in the Churchill Club panel discussion, "The Next Wave of Technology: Iterative or Incendiary?." I caught up with him before event for an audio interview (which is available as an MP3 that can be downloaded or, if you’re already subscribed to ZDNet’s IT Matters series of audio podcasts, it will show up on your system or MP3 player automatically.

May 19, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

All about Infocard

All about Infocard

By the end of this month Microsoft's will be releasing a "technical preview" of InfoCard, a new framework for managing identities based on WS-* protocols. Microsoft is also rolling out other related technologies for federation.

May 19, 2005 by in Microsoft

Google CEO Eric Schmidt unplugged

Google CEO Eric Schmidt unplugged

Google CEO Eric Schmidt was quizzed at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo today, but didn’t break a sweat. There were no revelations or trash talking (Google seeks to do and say no evil) in the Q&A with Gartner analysts Andy Kyte and Neil MacDonald.

May 18, 2005 by in Google

The grand convergence in 2010

The grand convergence in 2010

Gartner predicts that by 2010 three major trends -- ubiquitous access, ambient intelligence and semantic connectivity -- will converge to create disruptions and opportunities as significant as the Web. It's not far fetched, but it will happen in ongoing spurts rather than as a big bang culminating at the end of the decade.

May 18, 2005 by in CXO

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