CodeProject: Explorer’s Guide to the Semantic Web

The word semantic implies meaning or, as WordNet defines it, “of or relating to the study of meaning and changes of meaning”. For the Semantic Web, semantic indicates that the meaning of data on the Web can be discovered—not just by people, but also by computers. In contrast, most meaning on the Web today is inferred by people who read web pages and the labels of hyperlinks, and by other people who write specialized software to work with the data. The phrase the Semantic Web stands for a vision in which computers—software—as well as people can find, read, understand and use data over the World Wide Web to accomplish useful goals for users.

Orangatame Twitter Software

TwitterBerry – TwitterBerry is mobile client for posting updates to Twitter. It works over the data network, so you don’t need to use SMS.

Personal Development Without The Silly Stuff

This website is a resource for intelligent people looking to learn and implement the principles of success to improve their personal life and their business. If you looking to become successful by rubbing crystals, summoning the universe or any other quackery this website is not for you.
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