Maybe that’s because most of us are all too familiar with using it. Even with the scourge of spam, sometimes it’s easier to sort through than all the “updates” from friends on social networking sites.
A new report from Nielsen Online finds that, when it comes to actually viewing that online content, many consumers choose to view in the social space. This is likely because of the ease of uploading and sharing through social sites, and is important because it could give marketers a new avenue to engage the consumer. Read more by Kristina Knight at Biz.com
From our friends at Wordtracker.
OWL 2 Connects the Web of Knowledge with the Web of Data
Today W3C announces a new version of a standard for representing knowledge on the Web. OWL 2, part of W3C’s Semantic Web toolkit, allows people to capture their knowledge about a particular domain (say, energy or medicine) and then use tools to manage information, search through it, and learn more from it. Furthermore, as an open standard based on Web technology, it lowers the cost of merging knowledge from multiple domains.