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Microblogging: A Semantic Web and Distributed Approach
While microblogging has quickly gained a lot of interest in the Web 2.0 community, it still has not been leveraged to the Semantic Web unlike blogs and wikis. This paper describes the features, methods and architecture of ...
A Distributed Semantic Microblogging Platform
The application showcases the ideas of a distributed, Semantic-Web enabled micro blogging architecture, providing a way to leverage this new Web 2.0 practice to the Semantic Web.
Podcast Pinpointer: A Multimedia Semantic Web Application
In late 2004, a new method of publishing multimedia broadcasts on the Internet became popular called `Podcasting¿. Podcasting incorporates existing feed description formats, namely RSS 2.0, to ...
The Boardscape: Creating a Super Social Network of Message Boards
A Web-based message board or forum is an online area where discussions are held by many Internet users on a variety of subjects. More recently, online social networks have been created for various purposes: job searching, ...
Data Portability with SIOC and FOAF
Data portability has become an important requirement on the Social Web. This paper describes how data and social network portability can be achieved by building upon existing Semantic Web developments such as SIOC and FOAF. ...
Social Networks and Data Portability using Semantic Web technologies
Social network and data portability has recently gained a lot of interest as one of the issues for social media sites on the Web. In this paper, we will show how Semantic Web technologies and especially the FOAF and ...
Semantic Wikis for Personal Knowledge Management
Wikis are becoming popular knowledge management tools. Analysing knowledge management requirements, we observe that wikis do not fully support structured search and knowledge reuse. We show how Semantic wikis address the ...
Federating Distributed Social Data to Build an Interlinked Online Information Society
While research on the relation- ship between the Semantic Web and social media was originally motivated by the lack of semantics in mainstream Web 2.0 ser- vices, this vision can go much further, impacting society at large ...