Paul Miller

Paul Miller provides consultancy and analysis services at the interface between the worlds of Cloud Computing and the Semantic Web.

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Tom Ilube ponders 'social verification' with FOAF

Writing today in the latest issue of Nodalities Magazine, Garlik CEO Tom Ilube tackles the increasingly fraught subject of Identity Theft before moving past it to consider notions of 'social verification.'Tom's company, Garlik, offers a product called DataPatrol that helps UK consumers track information about themselves held by banks, loan companies, etc;"Would you know if your personal information got into the wrong hands?

May 16, 2008 by Paul Miller


Commercialising the Semantic Web

Following an earlier post on this blog, last month I found myself moderating a panel in the final session of one of the tracks at this year's World Wide Web Conference in Beijing. As I commented via Twitter at the end of the session,"Great panel and great room...

May 14, 2008 by Paul Miller


A new take on 'Web 3.0' ?

Writing in today's Financial Times, Digital Business supplement editor Peter Whitehead offers a different interpretation on Web 3.0 to that which readers of this blog might be used...

May 13, 2008 by Paul Miller


TopQuadrant welcomes Jena lead architect as Chief Product Architect

Established North American Semantic Web company TopQuadrant today announced that Jeremy Carroll is joining the company as Chief Product Architect.Whilst at HP Labs, Carroll was lead architect on the open source Jena toolkit that lies behind much of today's commercial and non-commercial work on the Semantic Web.

May 13, 2008 by Paul Miller


Powerset shows semantic search solution

Beating the rush of press releases likely to flood inboxes during next week's Semantic Technology Conference, Powerset today announced the public availability of a service that adds a whole new dimension to searching for information from Wikipedia.

May 11, 2008 by Paul Miller


Sir Tim Berners-Lee addresses WWW2008 in Beijing

Speaking from the stage in China's Great Hall of the People last Thursday evening, World Wide Web inventor and Director of the World Wide Web Consortium Sir Tim Berners-Lee shared some of his hopes for the Web with his audience of WWW2008 delegates, impeccably polite and ever-helpful conference volunteers and a collection of local dignitaries.

April 28, 2008 by Paul Miller