As Linked Data matures across the web – courtesy of efforts such as that underway by the Linked Data Platform Working Group to mandate publishing data in RDF and to use the HTTP protocol, (see our story here) – anyone running a website is going to need to know how to manage it. That, says Geoffrey […]
As we close out 2012, we’ve asked some semantic tech experts to give us their take on the year that was. Was Big Data a boon for the semantic web, or is the opportunity to capitalize on the connection still pending? Is structured data on the web not just the future but the present? What […]
A new article reports, “eBay is the latest tech giant to embrace Drupal, the open source content management system that now runs an estimated 2 percent of all websites on the planet.”
A recent article discusses some of the highlights from the recent schema.org workshop.
We’ve been covering the release of Drupal 7 for a while and we noticed that Stéphane Corlosquet gave an interview this week regarding the recent release of Drupal 7, the CMS product used to power over 1% of the world’s websites.
On Friday, January 14, a group of Semantic thought leaders from around the globe met with their host and colleague, Paul Miller, for the second installment of the Semantic Link, a monthly podcast covering the world of Semantic Technologies. Music by Kevin MacLeod. Play the Podcast (1 hour) Subscribe to the Monthly Podcast See All […]
Drupal 7 has formally hit the stage. The parties start tomorrow (you can find out about one almost anywhere in the world). The key aspect of Drupal 7 for The Semantic Web Blog readers, of course, is native RDFa support. “There lot of people excited about Drupal 7 shipping with RDFa,” Drupal creator Dries Buytaert […]
Drupal 7 has native support for RDFa. That is likely to make Drupal the top choice for sites that want to use semantic technology to promote their sites. That in turn may spur the creation of more semantic web services. This virtuous circle may be just what the semantic web needs to break out of […]