Searching for the Moon

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SemanticWeb.org

Posted by shannonclark on February 16, 2004

SemanticWeb.org

“The Semantic Web Community Portal” – i.e. a site that I should spend some serious time reading and following the links from, not specifically because my current software is “Semantic Web” but because so many people I know are working in this area, the site would help me understand what they are working on significently better.

As well it appears to be a well organized and thought out site (which you would hope it would be given the topic, but you never know).

I think there is some overlap between the Semantic Web and my MeshForum conference, though clearly the two topics are not completely related either. SemanticWeb is very much more of a technical challenge and problem while MeshForum is more about (I hope) theory and practice, and the theory in question covers much more then just computer programming.

Anyway, a good resource and worth looking at.

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