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» Nova Spivack's Metaweb from Unbound Spiral
Nice summary foretelling what we know. RSS will become the primary transport mechanism for the web. There's more read it. "Within 5 years, if RSS grows as I expect, we will see it supplant e-mail as the primary alerting and... [Read More]

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» The Birth of The Metaweb from Lockergnome's RSS Resource
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» Birth of the Metaweb from Werblog
Nova Spivak describes RSS as the Next Big Thing in a provocative essay. [Read More]

» Interesting Discussion: Does RSS Need a New Name? from Contentious Weblog
Looks like I'm not the only one considering the possible benefits of giving RSS feeds a catchier, less geeky name. (Read about my contest... [Read More]

» The Metaweb from dwh!{dezwozhere:blog}
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» The Birth of "The Metaweb" -- The Next Big Thing -- What We are All Really Building from Personal Webpublishing Systeme und Weblogs
Nova Spivack meint, dass wir gerade die Geburt des MetaWebs miterleben. [Read More]

» Why RSS succeeded (where others did not) from Real World Semantics
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» Birth of "The Metaweb" from Network Edge
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» What the Heck from Jon Husband's Wirearchy
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» Is Blogging "Mass Free Association" ? from Jon Husband's Wirearchy
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» MetabWeb -> SW + SN from HOLLOBLOG (별주부뎐)
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» MetabWeb -> SW + SN from HOLLOBLOG (별주부뎐)
Nova Spivack의 "Metaweb" 그래프. 한쪽의 축을 Semantic Web 기술을 염두에 둔 Information connectivity 발전으로 설정하고, 다른 하나의 축은 Social Network 기술을 염두에 두고 social connectivity 발전으로 가정한 후, Semantic Web과 Social Network 기술이 합쳐... [Read More]

» MetabWeb -> SW + SN from HOLLOBLOG (별주부뎐)
Nova Spivack의 "Metaweb" 그래프. 한쪽의 축을 Semantic Web 기술을 염두에 둔 Information connectivity 발전으로 설정하고, 다른 하나의 축은 Social Network 기술을 염두에 두고 social connectivity 발전으로 가정한 후, Semantic Web과 Social Network 기술이 합쳐... [Read More]

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Comments

Rad

Hi Nova!
I like very much the way you think and what you are doing. I am building here in Beijing the world's first digital theme park, showcasing global arts, cultures, and new media, and connecting web, mobile and satellite content distribution. Some of the things you and your friends are doing may have applications in what we are doing. Check out my website www.bnewest.com.cn
My email address is rlukic@bnewest.com.cn
I became a member of Ryze business network because I saw it on your website. If you want you can check out my page there, and read my posting on its China Business and Investment (CBI) network. Cheers!

Dee

Nice! When do yo expect the age of Semantic Web to begin?

Chris

Wow you guys are blowing me away with the metaweb. It's the first time I've ever heard of it and this really has my interest!

Nova Spivack

I think the age of the Semantic Web will begin in about 5 years. In the meantime the Metaweb will grow and will gradually evolve into a full Semantic Web

Doug Long

Addition to last comment:

Note to self:
"DOH! Didn't you see the *vast* number of links on the right?"

And from my mom:
"Say thank you to the nice man"

Doug Long

A good piece for someone like myself who is medium-familiar with blogs and RSS.

But you lost me on the sematic web / ontologies portion. Would you consider clarifying that element - say, with an example or link to more data perhaps?

Thanks.

Nova Spivack

Good point; I've modified the wording to "a little more than 10 years after the Web began"

Thanks,

NS

Michael Bauser

"just ten years after the web began"?

Tim Berners-Lee created HTML, wrote the first browser, and set up a server back in 1990.

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