Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

Web Data Mining

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One of my articles on Web Data Mining appeared in i.t.magazine. They were kind enough to permit me to make it available from my blog. Almost all of us need information. A lot of information is freely available on the Web. Learning a few techniques on how to mine information on the Web is a […]

Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

QOTD:

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I love this quote from Dan Brickley in his blog post Open Social Networks: Bring Back Iran: For me, one of the big motivations for working (through FOAF, SPARQL, XMPP and other technologies) on social networking interop, is so young people in the future can grow up naturally having friends in distant nations, regardless of […]

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Web 2.0 Elephant

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When Tim O Reilly coined the Web 2.0 term. Then the collective intelligence went to work and added their own definitions. I just came out of a Web Innovation 2007 conference in Bangalore. A bunch of us there were in a deep quest and introspection of how Web 2.0 can help the common man. But […]

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Web Innovation 2007: On Building a Social Network

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This was undoubtedly the best presentation of the two days. It had information, insights and some great advice. It was by Rohit Agarwal, Founder and CEO of Techtribe. I will try to get his presentation and upload it. He kindly agreed to email it on request. Here is how Rohit sees Social Networks: mySpace, Orkut […]

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Web Information Sources

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Here is the mind map of various web information sources. This is not an exhaustive list. I will have a few posts following that describe each one of these in more detail. Look at this entry for some contextual information. Update Jul 1, 2009 There are a whole host of new sources. So I will […]