Unveiled at the Web 2.0 Summit in November 2007 and released in beta earlier this year, version 1.0 of Radar Network’s Twine was opened to the world toward the end of October, and widely reported (see the SemanticWeb.com story “Radar’s Twine Emerges from Productive Beta.”)
In this discussion we touch upon the purpose of Twine, review the first few days of live operation, and then focus upon the team’s plans for the future.
When originally announced, Twine was closely associated with the Semantic Web, although the company’s current marketing is less quick to make that link. In conversation we discover more about priorities for the 1.0 release and dig into some of the ways in which semantic technologies will play an increasingly important role moving forward.
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At Talis, Paul Miller is active in raising awareness of new trends and possibilities arising from wider adoption of the Semantic Web.