Building meta data, semantic web and a wiki for relevancy

Let’s build a semantic web by creating a Wikipedia for relevancy
Jim Benedetto, gigaom.com

Every­one is always ask­ing me how big our ontol­ogy is. How many nodes are in your ontol­ogy? How many edges do you have? Or the most com­mon — how many ter­abytes of data do you have in your ontol­ogy?

We live in a world where over a decade of…

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Why You Need to Stop Being So Nice

Jessica Stillman, inc.com

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For some entrepreneurs, prioritizing yourself can be one of the biggest challenges. Here’s how to learn to say no and set boundaries.

Help­ing oth­ers, shar­ing, being kind: These are the sorts of val­ues that have been instilled i…

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Visualizing top cities for bicycling

Biking and Walking to Work
idvsolutions.com

Bicycling.com came out with a rank­ing of the top US cities for bicy­cling. I took their top ten cities and dot mapped every com­muter in and around them, col­ored by their method of com­mute, to get …

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How to use Creative Commons visuals

How to Use Creative Commons Visuals on Your Site
Nina Frazier, mashable.com

Tracking down quality visuals to accompany stories and blog posts can be difficult. Luckily, there are more than 200 million free photos on the web that are available for almost anyone to use — as long as they follow the tenets of Creative Common…

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Don’t Hire the Best Person for the Job

Jessica Stillman, inc.com

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According to one expert’s counter-intuitive advice, here’s who you should hire instead.

Inter­view­ing for many small busi­ness own­ers is more of an art than a sci­ence, rely­ing on gut instinct and a col­lec­tion of care­ful­ly…

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Don’t Hire the Best Person for the Job

Health 2.0: Here Come The BigCos

Health 2.0: Here Come The BigCos!
Richard MacManus, readwriteweb.com

I’m at the Health 2.0 Con­fer­ence in San Fran­cis­co – and it reminds me a lot of the Web 2.0 Con­fer­ences of 2006-07. The sec­ond com­ing of the Web, coined “Web 2.0” by Tim O’Reil­ly and his com­pa­ny, was enter­ing its peak around 2006. If I…

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