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Ulrich Kampffmeyer

[DE] [EN] Digital naiv - Stefan63's Blog - 6 views

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    Stefan Pfeiffer, IBM Lotus
Ulrich Kampffmeyer

ECM 2.0 - die Zukunft dokumentbezogener Technologien - 0 views

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    Keynote von Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer auf dem SAPERIONcongress 2007, Berlin, am 19.06.2007. Präsentation auf Slideshare
Jeff Johnson

Report and Recommendations on Web 2.0 and Social Software [Federal Knowledge Management... - 0 views

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    The recent and dramatic growth of Web 2.0 and social software fundamentally changes the way that organizations must interact with information, and with those who produce, analyze, and consume that information. Government is no exception. The landscape of wikis, blogs, video sharing, and other social media has evolved and grown so rapidly that government policy has not kept up. The power of Web 2.0 and social software, if properly managed, can have a tremendously positive effect on the way the government interacts with the public, interacts with its employees, and conducts its own business. 
Jeff Johnson

Understanding the New Web Era - Web 3.0, Linked Data, Semantic Web - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    The series aimed to tie together 3 big trends, all based around structured data: 1) the still nascent "Web 3.0" concept, 2) the relatively new kid on the structured Web block, Linked Data, and 3) the long-running saga that is the Semantic Web. Greg's series is probably the best explanation I've read all year about the way these trends are converging.
Jeff Johnson

The Semantic Web in Education - 0 views

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    The mantra of the information age has been "The more information the better!" But what happens when we search the web and get so much information that we can't sort through it, let alone evaluate it? Enter the semantic web, or Web 3.0. Among other things, the semantic web makes information more meaningful to people by making it more understandable to machines.
Jeff Johnson

Five Technologies Tim O'Reilly Says Point Past Web 2.0 - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

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    Tim O'Reilly, co-founder of the Web 2.0 Conference, gave a short address on the 5th anniversary of that event at tonight's Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco and offered some thoughts on what's going to come next. He discussed five applications that he believes point the way.

    Two themes stood out: sensors will surpass humans in front of their keyboards as the primary data source on the web and Moore's Law will need to be applied to humanity's greatest problems.
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