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What next for Semantic Blogging

  title={What next for Semantic Blogging},
  author={Steve Cayzer},
Semantic Blogging is the use of rich metadata to transform blogs from simple online diaries to full participants in an information sharing ecosystem. Originally the semantic blogging vision centred around informal decentralized knowledge management, but recent developments in social network analysis, microformats, semantic desktop applications and wikis have challenged, enriched and extended this vision. In this paper I review the history of semantic blogging, present a snapshot of where… 
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  • Eytan Adar, Lada A. Adamic
  • Computer Science
    The 2005 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI'05)
  • 2005
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