Danny Hillis (Metaweb), Barney Pell (Powerset) and Nova Spivack (Radar Networks) shared the stage for a session on the semantic Web at the Web 2.0 Summit.
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Brad Fitzpatrick and David Recordon are on a mission to free up the social graph from walled gardens (see their "Thoughts on the Social Graph"). Executives from MySpace, Facebook and Google agree that users should own their own data, including their social graph (the people they are connected to a social network), but so far the walls have not come down much.
Following are quotes from AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson from his interview with John Battelle at the Web 2.0 Summit.
I am attending the Web 2.0 Summit. It's the final day of the conference and human genome pioneer J.
At the Web 2.0 Summit, Dash Navigation showed of what it called the world's first connected navigation platform.
On-demand software squared: Coupa launches SaaS e-procurement system running on Amazon's EC2 service
Coupa will launch an on-demand e-procurement software suite on Monday that is built on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud Web service.For those keeping score at home that makes the Coupa suite an on-demand service running on an on-demand service.
Guest post: Chris Matyszczyk tries to unpack the the intersection of Silicon Valley cubicle culture and Web 2.0.
Comcast, in a move to save bandwidth, is interfering with subscribers who want to swap files online.According to the Associated Press, Comcast is discriminating against some of its subscribers.
The handwringing over Google's hiring practices is getting to be comical.Google hired 2,130 people in the third quarter and now employs almost 16,000.
Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ubuntu 7.10 - One sweet OS.