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Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

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With Google's Knowledge Graph, Wikipedia's Wikidata and Wolfram|Alpha's database (that supports Siri), the efforts to make the world understandable to machines are making information on entities and everything about them instantaneously available. With Google's Knowledge Graph, Wikipedia's Wikidata and Wolfram|Alpha's database (that supports Siri), the efforts to make the world understandable to machines are making information on entities and everything about them instantaneously available. 0 Comments

SEO – Content | Confusion | Clarity

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Content marketing is a huge, vitally important part of company and marketing strategy. But if you’re considering content marketing as an alternative to SEO, you must first understand integrated marketing across search, digital, and offline channels. Content marketing is a huge, vitally important part of company and marketing strategy. But if you’re considering content marketing as an alternative to SEO, you must first understand integrated marketing across search, digital, and offline channels. 0 Comments

Semantic Search in 2025

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As the knowledge-representation graph continues to grow, linking more entities and establishing their relationships to each other, more connections will be available. And since the algorithms can learn, those connections will be more easily mapped. As the knowledge-representation graph continues to grow, linking more entities and establishing their relationships to each other, more connections will be available. And since the algorithms can learn, those connections will be more easily mapped. 0 Comments

Google, Microsoft Pitch HTTP Overhaul Options for Speedier Web

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IETF engineers are currently discussing steps to overhaul Hypertext Transfer Protocol in an effort to modernize and speed up the 1990s technology. SPDY by Google and HTTP Speed+ Mobility by Microsoft are among the proposals for HTTP 2.0. IETF engineers are currently discussing steps to overhaul Hypertext Transfer Protocol in an effort to modernize and speed up the 1990s technology. SPDY by Google and HTTP Speed+ Mobility by Microsoft are among the proposals for HTTP 2.0. 0 Comments

What's the Big Deal With Social Search?

Social search is garnering a lot of attention these days, but despite all the hoopla it's not likely to displace traditional algorithmic search any time soon. Social search is garnering a lot of attention these days, but despite all the hoopla it's not likely to displace traditional algorithmic search any time soon. 0 Comments

A Portal for the Semantic Web

SemanticWeb.org is an information and community portal dedicated to the next generation web -- a virtual wonderland where we'll be able to do all kinds of cool things, including finding information with nearly effortless ease. SemanticWeb.org is an information and community portal dedicated to the next generation web -- a virtual wonderland where we'll be able to do all kinds of cool things, including finding information with nearly effortless ease. 0 Comments

Deep Linking Lunacy

Deep Linking Lunacy A Danish court has ruled that 'deep linking' is illegal, and pundits say this decision spells doom for the Net. Should you be worried? Hardly. At issue is the practice of so-called 'deep linking,' creating links directly to individual web pages within a site, rather than to the home page. Deep linking is a time-honored practice that has existed since the very beginning of the web Deep Linking Lunacy A Danish court has ruled that 'deep linking' is illegal, and pundits say this decision spells doom for the Net. Should you be worried? Hardly. At issue is the practice of so-called 'deep linking,' creating links directly to individual web pages within a site, rather than to the home page. Deep linking is a time-honored practice that has existed since the very beginning of the web 0 Comments

Teoma Offers Free Search Toolbar

Teoma has introduced the Teoma Search Bar, a free online navigational tool that lets you search Teoma.com while viewing any web page with Internet Explorer. Teoma has introduced the Teoma Search Bar, a free online navigational tool that lets you search Teoma.com while viewing any web page with Internet Explorer. 0 Comments

The Languages of the Semantic Web

Today's simplistic web languages are giving way to richer, more robust symbolic systems that transcend information storage and retrieval and allow web pages to express meaning. Today's simplistic web languages are giving way to richer, more robust symbolic systems that transcend information storage and retrieval and allow web pages to express meaning. 0 Comments

On the Road to the Semantic Web

A new language called OWL will help power automated tools for the next generation web, offering advanced services such as more accurate Web search, intelligent software agents and knowledge management. A new language called OWL will help power automated tools for the next generation web, offering advanced services such as more accurate Web search, intelligent software agents and knowledge management. 0 Comments

Metadata or Metagarbage?

Metadata is the holy grail for improving search, according to its advocates. Garbage! replies one critic, detailing seven reasons while even the most promising metadata schemes will fail. Metadata is the holy grail for improving search, according to its advocates. Garbage! replies one critic, detailing seven reasons while even the most promising metadata schemes will fail. 0 Comments

Yahoo!'s Mama

One of the earliest web subject directories was developed by the people who created the web itself -- and somewhat remarkably, it's still online. One of the earliest web subject directories was developed by the people who created the web itself -- and somewhat remarkably, it's still online. 0 Comments

Metadata for Everyone

The W3C, the closest thing the web has to a standards committee, has released Annotea, an open source annotation capability that lets anyone create metadata about web pages that is stored on separate annotation servers. The W3C, the closest thing the web has to a standards committee, has released Annotea, an open source annotation capability that lets anyone create metadata about web pages that is stored on separate annotation servers. 0 Comments

Information Wants to be Valuable

One the greatest myths of our time is that 'Information wants to be free.' In fact, powerful commercial forces are likely to profoundly change the very nature of how knowledge is produced and shared, in ways that we can now barely imagine. One the greatest myths of our time is that 'Information wants to be free.' In fact, powerful commercial forces are likely to profoundly change the very nature of how knowledge is produced and shared, in ways that we can now barely imagine. 0 Comments

Pass Me the Blog, Please

I'm often asked, 'How in the world did you find THAT?' The answer, quite often, is by searching through blogs, the web's equivalent of a sophisticated early warning system. I'm often asked, 'How in the world did you find THAT?' The answer, quite often, is by searching through blogs, the web's equivalent of a sophisticated early warning system. 0 Comments