Building Competency in Semantic Web Technology - Part II

Home Articles News Blogs COMPETITION Learning Events Resources Login Home » Groups » TopQuadrant Monthly Column Print Building Competency in Semantic Web Technology – Part II Group Blog | 12.22.09 | By Dean Allemang In the final installment of this two-part series, Dean Allemang and Scott Henninger look into how the insights about semantic web education have an impact on the adoption of semantic web technologies.

A Guide: Successfully Hiring Code Bootcamp Grads

For Entrepreneurs

Rob is the co-founder of Salsify, a leading cloud-based product content management and syndication solution that I invested in in 2013 and where I currently serve on the board. Prior to founding Salsify, Rob was at IBM, Endeca and Cambridge Semantics in senior product management roles. The following is a guest post by Rob Gonzalez.

Can You Build Your Business on Somebody Else’s Platform?

Both Sides of the Table

DataSift was never built on a single platform and never desired or expected to be Twitter’s re-syndication provider as its sole business. Many of you will know that Twitter unexpectedly cancelled it’s contract to allow DataSift to resell Twitter data to 3rd parties.

How to Curate Sitelinks to Increase Conversions


If you’re not desperate to hire and you syndicate your job listings through other sites, there’s no reason to take up valuable real estate with a page whose presence relies on signals from non-customers: Jobs pages have tons of user signals—but low ROI—for brand queries.

Cheque sizes are getting smaller


Influitive recently raised a $ 3.75M seed round (sounds more like a series A to me, but why quibble with semantics) from 11 investors. How many of those 11 investors need to get cold feet before the whole syndicate falls apart?

Cliff Notes S-1: Kayak ? AGILEVC

Agile VC

Notable Aspects of Their Business: 1) Kayak’s an Ad Business More Than a Lead Gen Business : To some this may be semantics more than anything. How to Evaluate Firms for a Seed VC. How To Think About The Future. About Me. AGILEVC My idle thoughts on tech startups.

Time For a Change #20: Memes Can Drive You to a Goal

Active Garage

An excellent book on the power of semantics to create our reality is, Language in Thought and Action , by S.I. He is the author of the Flexible Focus column on Active Garage, the syndicated column Creative Career Path and the book A Zoom Lens for Your life. According to Wikipedia, a Meme is “an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture.” The word was coined by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in his book, The Selfish Gene (1976).

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Invest in Israel Newsletter September 2010 Edition

VC Cafe

acquired 5min Media, the world’s leading video syndication network with a library of more than 200,000 categorized, tagged and rated videos from more than 1,000 of the world’s largest media companies and professional independent video producers. VideoSeed, 5min Media’s proprietary semantic technology, matches the most relevant videos with a partner site’s text content to enhance the consumer experience and increase monetization rates.

Transcript of How to Turn Marketing Costs Into Profit

Duct Tape Marketing

The difference in the two that you mentioned … I realize this is semantics at some level, but the two that you mentioned are channel based, right? There’s no strategic method — You can say there’s a strategic methodology behind it depending, again it is semantics.

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Book Review: But What If We’re Wrong?

Ben Casnocha: The Blog

If a character in your story is obsessed with watching Cheers reruns, the meaning of that obsession will (supposedly) evaporate once Cheers disappears from syndication.

Lessons Learned: The engineering manager's lament

Startup Lessons Learned

It is as if the staffing and management of projects is run by international syndicates more interested in controlling job territories than in assembling vital, dynamic teams who are empowered to succeed. Actually, "the market" and "commodities" are just a way of saying "shared context", but that's just semantics.