Buzz’s Blog: On Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web:

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December 1, 2009  3:29 AM

Web privacy and the Vast Machine: You ain’t seen nothing yet.



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, RDF, Semantic Web, SPARQL, triples, Web 2.0, Web 3.0

This blog is dedicated to the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0 technology. In this posting, we consider privacy and the Semantic Web. The Traveler had it easy. There is a series of three science fiction novels by John Twelve Hawks. They concern a “Traveler” who battles the...

September 18, 2009  3:02 AM

Dynamic pages, hidden data, and infered information: the danger of scale.



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, databases, dynamic pages, hidden web content, inferences, next generation search engines, Semantic Web, smart search engines, static pages, triples

The good and bad sides of the powerful Semantic Web. So what happens when the Semantic Web is here? It’s supposed to largely automate the process of searching the Web by...


September 9, 2009  6:02 PM

Real-World Look at the Semantic Web, part 2



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, information, namespaces, RDF, SPARQL, triples, URI's, wikis

This blog is dedicated to the study of emerging Web technology, in particular, ongoing research and development aimed at building software tools that will underlie the emerging Semantic Web. ...


August 31, 2009  3:40 AM

A Real-World Look at the Semantic Web, part 1



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, databases, inferences, information, knowledge, namespaces, ontologies, RDF, Semantic Web, SPARQL, triples, wikis

This blog is dedicated to the study of emerging Web technology, in particular, ongoing research and development aimed at building software tools that will underlie the emerging Semantic Web. In...


August 16, 2009  4:16 AM

Dangers of the Semantic Web: Assertions, Inferences, and Surrogates



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, namespaces, next generation search engines, smart search engines, surrogates, the Semantic Web

This blog deals with advanced Web technology. Each posting should be quite understandable on its own, but the blog as a whole is a continuing story. We've been looking at the Semantic Web, which is a global effort to automate the searching of the Web, so that applications (we might call them smart...


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