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What is Web 3.0? Semantic Web & other Web 3.0 Concepts Explained

What is Web 3.0? Semantic Web & other Web 3.0 Concepts Explained Web 3.0 will be about semantic web, personalization (e.g. iGoogle), intelligent search and behavioral advertising among other things. This slide neatly sums up the main differences between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. Web 1.0 – That Geocities & Hotmail era was all about read-only content and static HTML websites.
Any veteran of the software industry will tell you that version 2.0 of any product tends to be a shortlived staging post on the way to 3.0, which is where it finally hits the mark. Windows was a classic example. 1.0 was so buggy it was hardly worth using. 2.0 fixed some serious problems but still had a lot of shortcomings. 3.0, launched in May 1990, was an instant success, and the rest of the story, as they say, is history. Don't be surprised, then, if Web 2.0 also turns out to be just a staging post on the way to a much more mature and durable Web 3.0 is going to deliver a new generation of business applicationsWeb 3.0 era. What to expect from Web 3.0 | Software as Services | ZDNet.com What to expect from Web 3.0 | Software as Services | ZDNet.com
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Web sémantique | InternetActu.net Web sémantique | InternetActu.net Indexer le monde Par Hubert Guillaud | Raphaël Troncy (@rtroncy) est enseignant chercheur à Eurecom à Sofia Antipolis et est surtout membre du W3C, l’organisme de standardisation du web (nous l’avions déjà entendu lors de la seconde édition de la semaine européenne de l’open data).
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Planète Web Sémantique

Dans le développement logiciel, les démarches « Lean » inculquent une culture de l’amélioration continue qui s’articule autour de méthodes et d’outils, parmi lesquels : le kanban, la gestion des flux, le WIP, la taille des lots, la gestion des queues, l’intégration poussée des tests depuis les phases de spécifications, etc. Mais je remarque que, outre les nombreuses vertus de ces démarches, elles peuvent avoir des effets anesthésiants sur le comportement des équipes et peuvent s’avérer néfastes si l’on n’y prend pas garde. Car, à force de travailler à petit pas, à flux tendu et dans une perspective systémique ; à force d’être attentif aux petites corrections et optimisations, on devient aveugle aux aspects environnementaux et architecturaux qui rendent possible cette logique de l’amélioration continue. Planète Web Sémantique

What is the Semantic Web really all about?

The Semantic Web is based on the relatively straightforward idea that to be able to integrate (link) data on the Web we must have some mechanism for knowing what relationships hold among the data, and how that relates to some “real world” context. The following is a lot of detail that comes from this simple idea. To answer this question properly, let me start back in the early Web era. While I’m going to do some potentially boring personal history, I’ll note the key ideas as I go along. What is the Semantic Web really all about?
The Semantic Web Acid Test Tom Heath writes a cracking post on the current attempts by a few people to brand web applications that happen to perform text analysis as “Semantic Web”. For me, this nails it: I certainly notice plenty of unjustified attempts at present to co-opt the term Semantic Web, now that it’s no longer a dirty word, and drive it off down some dodgy alleyway. Some of these products, services or companies may be applications or services that use some semantic technology and are delivered over the Web, but that doesn’t make them Semantic Web applications, services or companies. Anything claiming the Semantic Web label needs to get its hands dirty with Linked Data somewhere along the way. The Semantic Web Acid Test
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Top 10 Semantic Web Products of 2009

2009 has seen a lot of Semantic Web and structured data activity. Much of it has been driven by Linked Data, a W3C project which gained momentum this year. According to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, Linked Data is a sea change akin to the invention of the WWW itself. We've gone from a Web of documents to a Web of data. Top 10 Semantic Web Products of 2009
Much of this blog's coverage centers on technology and companies based in the U.S, particularly in Silicon Valley. However, thriving tech communities exist around the globe, from Toronto to Tel Aviv, and the success of internationally-based web products serve as a reminder to all of us that innovation knows no borders. Check out our picks for the top 10 international web products of 2009 and let us know your favorite international apps in the comments. Top 10 International Web Products of 2009 Top 10 International Web Products of 2009
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Les petites cases J'ai écrit le texte de ce billet en guise d'introduction aux technologies du Web sémantique pour le projet de publication selon les règles du Web de données du thésaurus pour l'indexation des archives locales publié par les Archives de France que j'ai mené pour Atos Origin avec le Service Interministériel des Archives de France au printemps 2010 (et sur lequel il faudra que je trouve le temps de revenir sur ce blog pour vous en dire plus...). Claire Sibille, conservateur en chef au SIAF, m'a très gentiment donné l'autorisation de republier ces textes sur mon blog. Je l'en remercie. Il s'agit d'une introduction générale en trois parties dont ce billet est la seconde : Le Web sémantique désigne, en premier lieu, une activité du W3C, l'organisme de normalisation du Web, visant au développement de technologies de mise à disposition des données structurées en vue de leur traitement par les machines sur le Web.

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