Posts tagged ‘semantics incorporated’

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June 12th, 2011 by Greg Boutin

My blog on semantic technologies (aka text extraction and analysis, linked data, web 3.0) has been “merged” into the Semantic Solutions portal of GrowthTimes.

All posts have been transferred under the Semantic Apps category found under

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Market product specifications and thought leadership strategy for semantic platform startup

February 7th, 2010 by Greg Boutin

Like other applications, ambitious multipurpose web platforms must start by solving a specific market problem, and find their ways into the heart of a passionate community of early adopters.

Those are the challenges I took on at the request of an intriguing multi-million stealth startup’s founders. (more…)

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Semantic appsDiscount Code for Semantic Technologies Conference

April 26th, 2009 by Greg Boutin

I just realized that, in addition to the discount code for the Web 3.0 Conference in New York next month, which I already shared in my previous post, I also have a discount code for the Semantic Technology Conference taking place in San Jose, California, June 14-18, 2009. As a speaker, I have been authorized to share a coupon with you for up to $200 off your registration fees. Details on the conference and registration are at To receive this discount, register by May 29, 2009 and use the COUPON CODE: ST9SPKR.

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Semantic appsWas 2008 the Year of The Semantic Web?

December 12th, 2008 by Greg Boutin

In the November/December edition of the Semantic Web Gang we looked back at the Semantic Web highlights of 2008, after discussing the recent launch of Glue from AdaptiveBlue.

I much enjoyed that conversation, as we touched on a range of important issues from the adequacy of the RDF stack as an enabling technology, to the user value propositions that resonated and others that did less, to our views and hopes for 2009. I would encourage everyone with some interest in web 3.0 issues to listen to this, and certainly would love to hear from our listeners both in terms of feedback and suggestions for 2009.

We'll be back next year!

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