This blog depends heavily on cloud applications like Zemanta, feedly and ping.fm. I know that my audience exists of 70% males. I was not aware up to now that the technology might have a gender bias. Found at http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/redux_will_the_semantic_web_have_a_gender.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+readwriteweb+(ReadWriteWeb) Written by Marshall Kirkpatrick / December 26, 2009 8:00 AM As machines learn to understand what the web means, what perspective will they understand it from? Who is teaching them? “Objective” descriptions of the world and the relationships in it can cause real problems, particularly for people with little power in those relationships. How will the emerging Semantic Web understand relationships and … Continue reading Will the Semantic Web have a gender?
Image via CrunchBase Being an operational manager, loving his job and striving for professional excellence I use amongst other Google Reader and Feedly. Some people claim that RSS will cease to exist. This post has a more subtle approach and creates insights how to apply it in an organizational context (and applicable on a professional or personal level). And yep, Friendfeed and Twitter are welcome new additions in my continuous search for knowledge Source: http://www.headshift.com/blog/2009/05/going-with-the-flow-whither-en.php by Lee Bryant This is a Headshift blog post by Lee Bryant, written on May 8, 2009 One of the most annoying habits of self-appointed … Continue reading Going with the flow: whither enterprise RSS?