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February 25, 2010  10:25 PM

Text display for folks with kaleidoscope vision, part 1.

Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, Add new tag, limited vision, Maya, rich internet apps, Rich Web Apps, Text, Web 2.0, Web development

I did a series of two blog postings several weeks ago on accommodating people with limited vision. It was motivated by the fact that I have had cornea transplants and cataract surgery, and...

October 18, 2009  10:37 PM

Personal Information Management Applications and Web 3.0

Posted by: Roger King
advanced Web apps, databases, information, media applications, Multimedia, note-taking, notebooks, rich internet apps, tagging, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications

This blog is devoted to the discussion of Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0 technology. ...

October 3, 2009  9:12 PM

Multimedia: The Problem of Subtle Semantics

Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, advanced Web apps, automating Web searches, blob data, continuous data, databases, information, Multimedia, rich internet apps, Semantic Web, smart search engines, tagging, Text, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications, Web development, Web development frameworks, XML

The challenge of the Semantic Web. We’ve looked at the emerging Semantic Web technology in the previous postings of this blog. The idea is to have a far, far smarter Web, one where the process of finding and interpreting and making use of far flung information can be largely...

March 11, 2009  8:24 PM

Web services: part of the Web 2.0 & Semantic Web picture

Posted by: Roger King
Multimedia, rich internet apps, Rich Web Apps, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web development, web services

This is the fifth in a series of blogs about the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0. While the sequence of blog posts tell a continuous story, each blog should be fully informative if read out of sequence.

So far, we've discussed the Semantic Web, which is an attempt at automating the process...


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