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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Thought for the day - Now if we had the semantic web or enough catalogers

Source: Limits of FT Search Bring Fun Item @ Alaskan Librarian
Now if we had the semantic web or enough catalogers to catalog web resources, I could specify that I only wanted pages, blog posts etc that are actually related to the virtual world of Second Life. And that's what I'd get. Just like if I'd like the new Haines Borough Public Library Catalog to only notify me when they got new books on Second Life.
see also:
  • The Emerging-Semantics Web (”The Semantic Web is Dead”)
  • WEB IS A FOREST ... SEMANTIC WEB A JAPANESE GARDEN ?
  • Seamless Structured Semantic Web -Will Tags, Clouds, Ontologies, Taxonomies, and Facet Analysis help?
  • Semantic Web and Facet Analysis

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