Faviki makes it to the ReadWriteWeb’s annual top 10 list of Semantic applications to watch
November 22, 2008
ReadWriteWeb, a popular blog about web technology, has started publishing its annual list of “10 Semantic Web Apps to Watch” last year. This year, I’m happy to announce that Faviki made it to that list.
As the number of Semantic Web startups rapidly increases, I understand that editors at RWW consider this list to be a prediction of success in this brand new part of the market. I am very pleased that Faviki’s idea of semantic bookmarking quickly caught their eye.
I suggest you check out this list. You will find some very interesting and diverse projects, ranging from semantic search engines to resaurant review web sites.
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