Semantic web goes mainstream

November 13, 2007

Alright, it nearly goes main stream.

The New Scientist has picked up on the semantic web application Twine.com from Radar Networks. I’ve blogged about Twine previously, it’s now getting a massive amount of buzz and is in closed beta phase.

Anyway, the New Scientist have now picked up on this and written a really in depth article about Twine. They’ve also posted a video of Twine in use (they’ve obviously got a beta account, I’m still hoping for one…) which makes for interesting watching:

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