We got interviewed by SemanticWeb.com

August 6, 2009

I had a very interesting conversation with Jenny Zaino from SemanticWeb.com a few days ago. We were talking about the idea of semantic tagging, our participation in creating CommonTag format, the role of Wikipedia and Google in developing the Semantic Web, as well as about future plans for Faviki.

We were also chatting about new features from the Faviki last release – the possibility for users to use their own names of tags and map them to semantic tags, as well as letting them to create new tags outside of Wikipedia with help of Google search.

You can read the article here.

4 Responses to “We got interviewed by SemanticWeb.com”

  1. Dan Says:

    Thank you so much for this article. It is great to see where technology is going with tagging!
    Sincerely,
    Dan
    Investment Manager
    Forex


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