Technology Today, #20: David Siegel and The Semantic Web

After a bit of a respite, Technology Today is back.

I read quite a bit about emerging technologies. Rarely, however, will I have to put down a book and attempt to process the gravity of what I have just read. I recently had that experience multiple times while reading Pull: The Power of the Semantic Web to Transform Your Business by David Siegel. I wrote about the semantic web a little while ago.

Pull is an amazing book with far-reaching implications for organizations, people, and business in general. I this podcast, I speak with the book’s author about questions such as:

  • What exactly is the semantic web?
  • What’s the deal with changing from push to pull? Isn’t that already happening?
  • What do you mean by “personal data locker” and why is it so important?
  • How do you see the adoption of the semantic web over the next five years or so?
  • What are the implications for Apple?
  • What should CIOs know about all this? Isn’t it too early for practical solutions?

David has also generously agreed to give away a copy of his most recent book if you find an Easter egg on his site.

To listen to…

After a bit of a respite, Technology Today is back.

I read quite a bit about emerging technologies. Rarely, however, will I have to put down a book and attempt to process the gravity of what I have just read. I recently had that experience multiple times while reading Pull: The Power of the Semantic Web to Transform Your Business by David Siegel. I wrote about the semantic web a little while ago.

Pull is an amazing book with far-reaching implications for organizations, people, and business in general. I this podcast, I speak with the book’s author about questions such as:

  • What exactly is the semantic web?
  • What’s the deal with changing from push to pull? Isn’t that already happening?
  • What do you mean by “personal data locker” and why is it so important?
  • How do you see the adoption of the semantic web over the next five years or so?
  • What are the implications for Apple?
  • What should CIOs know about all this? Isn’t it too early for practical solutions?

David has also generously agreed to give away a copy of his most recent book if you find an Easter egg on his site.

To listen to the podcast, click here or visit iTunes.

Technology Today, #20: David Siegel and The Semantic Web is a post from: Phil Simon

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