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The blogosphere seems to think Yahoo! is going to axe del.icio.us so I've knocked together a quick Python script to get my data out - 2317 occasionally annotated bookmarks. To use: make sure you've got Python first (!), download and install BeatifulSoup (navigate to the dir with setup.py, run python setup.py install), download the script and rename it to souper.py, get your del.icio.us bookmarks and rename to delicious.html. Then run python souper.py delicious.html > delicious.ttl and there you have the Turtle.
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AlchemyAPI provides content owners and web developers with a rich suite of content analysis and meta-data annotation tools.
Expose the semantic richness hidden in any content, using named entity extraction, phrase / term extraction, document categorization, language detection, structured content scraping, and more. Use AlchemyAPI to enhance your website, blog, content management system, or semantic web application.
AlchemyAPI uses statistical natural language processing technology and machine learning algorithms to analyze your content, extracting semantic meta-data: information about people, places, companies, topics, languages, and more.
This link recently saved by krisvandenbergh on June 30, 2010
According to Sandro Hawke from W3C, Facebook's Open Graph platform uses RDFa "in an abbreviated, not really good modeling way." He said it's because "they [Facebook] need to make it simple enough that everyone can use it." He thinks though that Facebook made the right choice. Hawke explained that RIF "is a way to bridge from that [Open Graph markup] to the more standard modeling that we see in the rest of the Semantic Web."
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Subj3ct is an infrastructure technology for Web 3.0 applications. These are applications that are organised around subjects and semantics rather than documents and links. Subj3ct provides the technology and services to enable Web 3.0 applications to define and exchange subject definitions.
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FOAF+SSL is a way of allowing open social networking, while still leaving everything under the control of the individual. It uses well-established protocols, virtually every standard Web browser supports it. Wherever you need to interact over the Web with others but retain a level of trust - your secrets are your secrets - FOAF+SSL is there for you.