Paul Miller

<p>Paul has been involved with the web since its earliest days, addressing issues of technology and policy most recently at <a href="http://www.talis.com/platform/">Talis</a> and previously in a range of public sector positions. At <a href="http://cloudofdata.com">The Cloud of Data</a>, Paul provides consultancy and analysis services to a wide range of clients concerned with the implications of the Semantic Web and Cloud Computing for their business. Paul has a Doctorate in Archaeology from the University of York.

Latest Posts

TextWise offers $1million for an American semantic hack

TextWise offers $1million for an American semantic hack

Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch draws my attention to SemanticHacker. The site details an invitation from Rochester, NY-based TextWise to suggest compelling applications powered by their API, in return for a guaranteed payment of $100,000 and up to $900,000 in revenue from subsequent commercialisation of the winning idea.

March 18, 2008 by in Tech Industry

Semantic Web sets conference data free?

Semantic Web sets conference data free?

Conferences can be useful for bringing a group of 'interesting' individuals together in one place for a few days, and giving them time and space to focus on a particular set of issues without the usual distractions of the working day. Blackberries, iPhones, and free venue wi-fi make the distractions a lot less removed than previously, but the conference remains a useful forum nevertheless.

March 16, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

Commercial uses of the Semantic Web at WWW2008 ?

Commercial uses of the Semantic Web at WWW2008 ?

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 .

March 13, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

Is all publicity good publicity?

Is all publicity good publicity?

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.

March 11, 2008 by in Developer

Newsletters

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.
See All
See All

Most Popular