AideRSS, an RSS feed filtering service, has recently made available a public API. The AideRSS tagline is ‘Read what matters’ and their mission is to “research every story and filter out the noise, allowing you to focus on what matters most.” Josh Catone from ReadWriteWeb last year described the rationale for the service.
Seit das Gros der Bevölkerung unter 50 Jahren online ist, sind Steigerungsraten in der Internet-Nutzung fast nur noch von Senioren zu erwarten. Die enttäuschen die Erwartungen nicht - und holen kräftig auf.
Bei den Benutzern von mehr als 80 Prozent der großen deutschsprachigen Medien-Websites analysiert Google das Leseverhalten. Das Gros der User hat keine Ahnung, dass Details ihres täglichen Nachrichtenkonsums in einer US-Datenbank landen. Der österreichische Suchmaschinen-Experte Walter Karban im Gespräch mit ORF.at.
An expo was held at the 2008 Games For Change event in New York City, to showcase the six finalists in Microsoft’s Imagine Cup competition. Students from around the world were challenged to build games around the theme of environmental sustainability, using Microsoft’s XNA community tools
“Das Web 3.0 ist das Web 2.0 plus semantische Technologien.” Das sagte Professor Wolfgang Wahlster diese Woche in Dresden. Beim Web 3.0 gehe es nicht mehr um die Suche nach Informationen, sondern um die Beantwortung konkreter Fragen.
1. Silicon Valley 2. Bangalore 3. London 4. Tokyo 5. Boston 6. Cambridge 7. Shanghai 8. Tel Aviv 9. Seoul 10.Beijing 11.Chennai 12.Pune 13.Singapore 14.Helsinki 15.Moscow 16.Hong Kong 17.Hyderabad 18.New York 19.Sydney 20.Shenzhen
Quote: Lars Hinrichs “super quiet, brilliant screen, 4 hours battery, super light, I love it. And cooler than MacBook Air: Burns DVDs - I would even say, that this is the best notebook I ever had and better than anything i have ever seen”
If you’re a Remember The Milk user, you already know how many features you are getting. Phone updates, IM updates, smart lists, etc, etc, and if you are using Twitter there’s a great feature available for you too. I only recently became aware of this as I started Twittering, and I’m quite pleased with this feature to say the least.
We have nothing to fear from the atomization of conversation. Rather, it’s just the opposite. As tools get created to atomize our interactions, they provide a much easier, much faster way for us to react to the events in others’ lives.
In all cases, you have the ability to explore my data spaces by simply clicking on the links, which on the surface appear to be standard hypertext lnks, but in actuality they are hyperdata links (i.e., links to entities that result in the generation of pages endowed with other hyperdata links that expose attributes or relationships (collectively known as properties) data entities associated with me (e.g., blog posts, bookmarks, tag clouds, social network etc). - Kingsley Idehen
To paraphrase the immortal words of Ferris Bueller, the World Wide Web moves moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it. To get a better perspective of where thing are heading with the Semantic Web and Linked Data movements, internet.com posed questions about standards and adoption to James Hendler and Kingsley Idehen.
There are lots of definitions of Web 3.0 floating around. Tim Berners-Lee, a father of the World Wide Web, talks about the “Semantic Web,” a way that computers employ the meaning of words—not just pattern matching—along with logical rules to connect independent nuggets of data and so create more context for information. The formula that make the most sense to me is this: Web 3.0 results from combining content, commerce, community and context, with personalization and vertical search.