Yesterday's blog was on the “semantic web.” Here is an interesting semantic web application - Radar Networks' Twine - an "intelligent" bookmarking/tagging tool. Twine uses the Semantic Web, natural language processing, and machine learning to make your information and relationships smarter. It enables web users to share information and knowledge, and collaborate around common interests, activities and goals.
Click here for an hour-long video in which Nova Spivak, CEO of the semantic collaboration services Twine, gives the first in-depth public demo of the technology. Or click here for a short version of the interview/demo.
In the following video, SciVestor asks Nova Spivack three questions about the future of his company.
And the following video gives an introduction to The Workings of Twine
More on the semantic web.