W3C Semantic Web

W3C Semantic Web

The Semantic Web Interest Group is part of the public archives) that is more specifically dedicated to outreach and educational issues around the Semantic Web. Contributors to the list are considered to be members of the Interest Group, and should be…

Semantic Web Search

Semantic Web Search

Small businesses have been hearing a lot lately about the semantic web, and how that of course comes with semantic search, which then has to come with semantic SEO. So to make a long story short, if you don’t understand what the term “semantic” means…

Web 3.0

Web 3.0

Editor’s note: Jay Jamison is a Partner at BlueRun Ventures where he focuses on early stage mobile and consumer opportunities. You can read more of his analysis on startups and Silicon Valley at his blog jayjamison.com and you can follow him on Twitter…

Examples of semantics

Examples of semantics

Advertisers use semantics to deliver messages about products. flashfilm/Lifesize/Getty Images Semantics is the study of the meaning behind words and phrases. The study of semantics focuses on how words relate to each other and to how the listener decodes…

Semantic Webbing

Semantic Webbing

Semantic Webbing builds a side-by-side graphical representation of students knowledge and perspectives about the key themes of a reading selection before and after the reading experience. Semantic Webs achieve three goals: Reviving or reactivating…