Tag Archive for Bottlenose

Taking It To The Tweets: Petition To Keep Twitter Ecosystem Open Up To More Than 500 Signatures, While App.Net With Its Twitter Alternative Service Surpasses Funding Goals

This week saw a tweet from @bottlenoseapp that the petition to keep the Twitter ecosystem open has moved past the 500-signature goal. Bottlenose, the service co-founded by Nova Spivack, who created the petition and tweeted the same, uses natural language processing, semantic classification, sentiment analytics and trend detection to give users insight into the social…

Bottlenose Wants To Own The "Now" In Social Network Discovery

Bottlenose is entering its next phase of helping people discover trends in the social networking world in real-time, and in a smarter way. As co-founder Nova Spivack describes it, “Bottlenose shows what is important on social networks, the next generation of the Internet. It’s not about the web anymore but about messages and change happening…

The Semantic Link with Guest, Nova Spivack – January 2012

On Friday, January 13, a group of Semantic thought leaders from around the globe met with their host and colleague, Paul Miller, for the latest installment of the Semantic Link, a monthly podcast covering the world of Semantic Technologies. This episode includes a discussion about user interface and user experience (UI/UX) design, and “the Linkers”…

Burying complexity for the sake of good user experience

“There’s our SPARQL endpoint.” Or “Just view the page in Tabulator.” I have lost count of the number of times that either of these have been the only response to an innocent request to see what some new piece of semantic wizardry can do. For a developer seeking to integrate one semantics-rich data set with…

Ring In A New Year For the Semantic Web

    Out with the old, in with the new. We’ve covered (here and here) the year past for the semantic web. So now let’s see what might be in store for the year ahead. Also, don’t forget to listen to our podcast here for more insights into what 2012 may hold. Interest in sentiment…