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Graham Perrin

Bookmarklet for Zemanta - 1 views

  • Zemanta Bookmarklet
  • on Safari, Chrome and other browsers
  • pages that are supported by Zemanta: Google Mail Compose Yahoo Mail Compose Authoring pages of Wordpress, Blogger, TypePad, MovableType and other blogging platforms that are supported by our browser extensions.
Graham Perrin

Faviki - Social bookmarking tool using smart semantic Wikipedia (DBpedia) tags - 0 views

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    Left to right: * triangular switch to close (hide detail) or open   — green switch for other user's bookmarks   — amber switch for your own bookmarks * favicon of the bookmarked item * username of the most recent networker * title of the bookmarked item   — font size a little greater than the norm * date or time of networking   — font size a little less than the norm + save + spam?   — these options appear when you curse over the date/time. When the bookmark is open, detail comprises: * highlight from the page * personal note * tags   — Common Tag   — as you curse over each one, its definition * popularity   — the number of people who have networked the bookmarked item + overview   — this option appears subtly when you curse over the number. Example Faviki overviews http://www.faviki.com/webpage/wave.google.com_28277 and http://www.faviki.com/webpage/esw.w3.org_12350 suggest that early adopters of Faviki may not make greatest use of highlights and notes, but that's a separate topic …
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    Log in to Faviki to see recent bookmarks from all users at http://www.faviki.com/ The UI is nice.
Graham Perrin

wiki.dbpedia.org : About - 0 views

  • extract structured information from Wikipedia
  • sophisticated queries
  • link other data sets
Thieme Hennis

Wikipedia (A) - 0 views

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    great article that goes into depth about Wikipedia, the structures and roles, the organization, and why in the end the Enterprise 2.0 article was deleted.
yc c

WikiMindMap - 1 views

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    WikiMindMap is a tool to browse easily and efficiently in Wiki content, inspired by the mindmap technique. Wiki pages in large public wiki's, such as wikipedia, have become rich and complex documents. Thus, it is not allways straight forward to find the information you are really looking for. This tool aims to support users to get a good structured and easy understandable overview of the topic you are looking for.
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