Posts Tagged ‘Semantic Web’

Effectively, the idea behind the semantic web is to put machine readable words to all of the content available on the internet, and with the combination of human pattern recognition and machine readable words, content on the internet becomes much more accessible.  The limits of the plan involve picking the language to use as the markup for the content, and for agreeing on the words to describe the content. Take the attached image for example – the words used to describe it could be grey, black, concrete, abstract, rock, art and “Just outside the Ardnt building”.  All are accurate, but which are useful?


    On less philosophical grounds, here’s the links round up on SEO and the semantic web

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