Schema.org “Consumer” Apps

Though Google, Bing, Yahoo and Yandex are quick to point out the search engine optimization benefits of SCHEMA.ORG markup, we have yet to see applications that consume Schema markup and use it in interesting and useful ways.  One possible exception: a Custom Search Application provided by Google that enables a webmaster (such as Thematix) to provide an on-site search engine,

Thematix at Semtech 2014

  In two weeks (August 18 to 21), we begin our annual migratory journey to the Semantic Technology and Business Conference, this year in San Jose, California, to share our recent experience and to enjoy many meaningful conversations with our fellow semantic technologists   Below are some summaries of our various presentations.  For more detail, please see the conference agenda.  We’d enjoy the opportunity to

A Meta-Discussion about Schema.org

[this is a re-post of a recent note to the public-vocabs@w3.org group, concerned with building up the Schema.org vocabulary.  We welcome your comments below.] I would like to join or start a different kind of conversation about Schema.org. Although I follow with great interest and sincere appreciation most of the threads here concerning proposals for the extension and improvement of

The End of the Website

We often mistake the accidental for the essential.  We assume that, because something is a certain way that it had to be that way.  It seems natural and commonplace – a part of the settled order of things. Take, for example, the webpage, the website and the web search. The spatial metaphors of a website being a “destination” that I

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