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February 24, 2008 Leave a comment

From Mary Trigiani:  Some reliable news and blog outlets are writing about Twine‘s upcoming announcement of another round of funding.  Congratulations to Twine!  At foldier, we believe that semantic features and applications will only extend the reach and utility of all networks — especially social.  It’s great that the investment tribe sees value in all the semantic-focused effort out here.

And, on the data portability front, technologists everywhere are sweetening the pot for the winning entry into the logo competition.  This illustrates how much the issue of portability touches every corner of the Internet.  I also think it’s demonstrating how good it feels to play nice.

Meeting Lew Tucker from Radar Network

December 14, 2007 Leave a comment

Last night I attended the BAIA (Business Association Italy America) event “From Leonardo to Web 2.0” and I had the pleasure to meet Lew Tucker VP of Engineering at Radar Networks. Lew is one of the creator of Twine an amazing new semantic web application. I gave Lew a quick demo of foldier.

If you want to know more about Twine check out this video featuring Radar Network CEO Nova Spivak in the first in-depth public demo of Twine technology.

Michele Ursino

Categories: foldier, semantic, Twine, Web 3.0