Monday, March 23, 2009

Annotate the smart way: Iglue

Today I tried the demo of a nice online annotation service called IGlue. As I understood from the demo, When a user tries IGlue he gets smart annotations for what he's browsing, which can be transformed into an organized data that shows everything a user might need about what he clicked such as information, pictures, videos and timelines...etc. And also shows everything connected to what he is browsing. It is still in closed beta for the moment. However it looks like a nice web 3.0 (semantic web) service.

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