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Bill Selak

HTML 5 video Tag - 0 views

  • Definition and Usage

    The <video> tag defines video, such as a movie clip or other video streams.

    html5 video tag
Diego Morelli

Collective Intelligence &amp; Cyberspace - 1 views

    Interesting slides, that
    "introduce the necessity of a new language that can set a link between the machine process of cyberspace and the uman collective intelligence, which is dynamic, in constant change and made in different languages, from different approaches."....
Diego Morelli

Semantic Web Search Engine: the SWSE Mission Statement - 7 views

    "Although the Semantic Web (SW) is still very much in its infancy, there is already a lot of data out there which conforms to the proposed SW standards (e.g. RDF and OWL). Small vertical vocabularies and ontologies have emerged, and the community of people using these is growing daily.... "
H. Hampson

Web 3.0 Will Be About Reducing the Noise-And Twhirl Isn't Helping - 0 views

    Information overload.
Maluvia Haseltine

Nagios - The Leader and Industry Standard in Enterprise System, Network, and Applicatio... - 0 views

    Nagios is a powerful monitoring system that enables organizations to identify and resolve IT infrastructure problems before they affect critical business processes.
Jeff Johnson

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

    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.
Ouida Myers

How To Define Web 3.0 | How To Split An Atom - 1 views

    Another Web3.) description.
Jeff Johnson

The Semantic Web in Education - 0 views

    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

Web 2.0 is so over. Welcome to Web 3.0 ( - 0 views

    Social-networking companies such as MySpace and Facebook have loyal fan bases, but they're not exactly minting money. MySpace's projected $600 million revenue in 2008 falls far short of parent News Corp.'s (NWS, Fortune 500) billion-dollar sales target for the site. Messaging service Twitter has no business model. Video-sharing site YouTube was the only big sale; Google paid $1.65 billion for it two years ago but still hasn't figured out how to make much money off it.
Michael Marlatt

Welcome to Web 3.0 - 1 views

  • The Web 1.0 concept was simple: web pages linking to web pages. Then came Web 2.0 - a powerful movement from web pages to web applications. Web 2.0 applications have evolved into often slick viewports into proprietary or personal collections of information. This means they still primarily house data in silos inaccessible to and disconnected from the larger world, and most importantly, from each other.

    But as we approach 2009, the clear outlines of the new web are forming. Some call this next generation the Semantic Web, but we think that term is confining, and so, instead, we refer to it as simply Web 3.0.

    The new web is moving beyond connecting pages to interconnecting data objects, concepts, and things. Ultimately Web 3.0 is really about creating technology that more accurately mirrors how we see and think about the world around us.

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