This year's World Wide Web conference (WWW2008) is rapidly approaching, and all over the planet web researchers are grappling with the Chinese visa application process ahead of their trip to Beijing.In contrast to a corporate event like Semantic Technology, the World Wide Web conferences tend to be geared more toward the research community, and .
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Mike Arrington broke a story over at TechCrunch this morning, suggesting that Yahoo! are about to extend their Open Search Platform by embracing a number of Semantic Web specifications.
There’s a well-known saying that all publicity is good publicity, but you have to wonder whether the team over at Radar Networks feel that way this morning.The company is behind Twine, which was unveiled to much fanfare at the O’Reilly Web 2.
Reuters subsidiary ClearForest has attracted attention recently with their open API, Calais. I talked with ClearForest CEO Barak Pridor to learn more...
An article in the Financial Times takes a look at a bold vision for the Semantic Web, and postulates the 'world wise web'.
Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee says that Semantic Web building blocks are in place. He also questions the attitude to data ownership of social networking companies in an interview recorded earlier this month.
Velocity Interactive Group, DFJ and Vulcan invest $13 million in Semantic Web startup Radar Networks, taking the company's total investment to $20 million.
VentureBeat reports that Radar Networks has received a further tranche of funding.
ZDNet launches a new blog, devoted to the Semantic Web