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SXSW 2009: Nova Spivack talks Twine and the semantic web

Twine is a service that lets you track your interests and discover new content that you care about, based on the bookmarks of the other 100,000 users who use it. On top of that, there are a million people who just read Twine every month, which means it's on track to be bigger than Delicious soon. Learn more about the human-curated web straight from Twine's Nova Spivack at SXSW. ...

Twine reaches 1.0, opens to public

Twine Overview from Twine Official on Vimeo Almost exactly one year ago, we wrote about Twine, a social network built on the semantic web. After expanding the private beta back in March, the Twine team has spent the last eight months really working on site usability, interface and performance. Today, Twine 1.0 is officially out of beta and open to the public. I had a chance to talk to...

Twine expands semantic social network private beta

Radar Networks has expanded its private beta of Twine, a social networking, bookmarking, and discussion site built with semantic web technologies. If that sounds a bit confusing, let's break it down a bit. Twine lets users create "twines," or web pages around a particular item, whether it be a web page, a generic topic, an idea, or a person. You can create a twine for yourself, your blog, or a...

True Knowledge shows off its Semantic search engine

We hear a lot of talk about the "Semantic Web" these days. The idea is that search engines like Google are inherently dumb. Sure, they do a pretty good job of returning accurate results to keyword searches. But because id doesn't actually understand natural language, you can't ask Google a straightforward yes or no question and expect an answer. Just search results. Of course, for the most part,...

Twine: A social network built on the semantic web dls interview

There's been a lot of talk over the last few years about the semantic web. While Google and other search engines do a pretty good job of ranking web pages and providing relevant results to keyword searches, the truth is that Google doesn't really understand what you're asking it. Not in plain language anyway. We've learned to tailor our search habits to search engines as much as they've...