The emerging Social Web technologies, such as blogging, micro-blogging, podcasting, etc, can be seen as a threat to 'traditional' journalism.
Being a major content owner, the BBC is using Semantic Web technologies to efficiently manipulate this content and improve the
The Calais initiative by Thomson Reuters is an excellent example of Semantic Web technologies being smoothly incorporated into common web
Today's User Friendly comic strip brings up a rather intriguing question about blogging: Well, that's the beauty of the blogosphere:
The Semantic Web aims at expressing web content in machine-processable forms, so that it is maintained efficiently by software agents.
How is well is our privacy protected on the Social Web? Of course, you can (and should) take some basic
The Social Web offers lots of opportunities for social networking. Through sites like Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn, you can connect
Web 2.0 can best be described as the accumulation of new web-based collaboration technologies, such as social networking sites, social
Being back in Greece for the holidays, I caught a glimpse of New Year's programmes on TV. Disappointing, to say
Last day of 2008; first day (and grand opening!) of this blog! As we are in a festive season, here