Tag Archives: SemanticWeb

Visual Feedback

From the Semantic Web mailing list: Every time I work on logos, I learn something new! The main lesson so far from the Semantic Web logos: Get more feedback on usage policy before deploying. Thank you all for your comments. … Continue reading

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Updated: Dash it All

I’ve moved on from SVG to the Canvas element, and am still suffering whiplash at the downward steepness of the step. Leaving aside that one can defeat canvas easily just by turning off script, about the best documentation I found … Continue reading

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We are the Platform, My Friends

From Talis, in coverage of the Web 2.0 Summit session on “semantics” comes this from Danny Hillis: Don’t necessarily characterise our stuff as Semantic Web. The Semantic Web was a particular case of a way to try to do things … Continue reading

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Semantic to Go

I haven’t been following the Web 2.0 Summit, but did receive an O’Reilly network email yesterday about the release today of Twine, the supposed vanguard of the ‘new’ Web 3.0. I’m assuming this means that next year’s conferences will be … Continue reading

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The Semantic Web Gots Badges

Congratulations to the W3C for finally reclaiming the semantic web back from the drug industry. Seriously, the new logos are a good idea, and they’re quite attractive. The only thing that gave me pause about the logos are the terms … Continue reading

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SVG Onward

I finished the static chapter on SVG for the book and it has become the largest. I imagine the programming chapters could get larger. One doesn’t realize how rich SVG is, until one really looks at the individual components and … Continue reading

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Stuff Stuff

Simon St. Laurent is participating in an experimental weblog, based on imagining how weblog entries will be for a regional weblog fifty years in the future. They’re stories of possible futures. I’ve seen weblogs based in the past, but not … Continue reading

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