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Sergiy & Semantic Blogs

Another new find for me is Sergiy's Blog. He's got a very nice piece on blogs and the Semantic Web.

"blogs make the perfect basic units for a human-driven semantic web (just like neurons are the perfect basic units for a brain). Of course, this kind of a semantic web is an emergent behaviour rather than an intentional construct (anthill vs. bridge, to use cliche images), and I think that we'll need far more blogs-per-capita for it to really kick in ...
the actual web part of the semantic web is always changing and keeping itself fresh. For someone who isn't into complexity and neural nets, that may not seem like a big deal, but believe me that it very much is"
Spot on. Really spot on.


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Thanks. I try. :)

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