Tag Archives: Web 3.0

Breaking: Oops, Google Wave a Fail!

Has the Brain’s Plan Been Foiled? OK – So its not quite breaking news. It took awhile to recover from the shock. For the moment just play along. Google announced recently that they are suspending further development of Google Wave[i]. … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing: 3 Reasons Why Analytics Should Care

From my blog analytics, I can actually see the eyes rolling as my audience quickly skirts my Cloud Computing posts to go to the old stuff (back when I was funny). In some ways I understand the ambivalence but I will give you three reasons to reconsider that ambivalence. As you may be aware, I am not big with posts that give lists of simple answers that can be quickly absorbed and just as easily forgotten. In this case will make exception and try not to spin the topic into simplistic babble. Continue reading

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Clouds of Hadoop

We have been living in the age of Hadoop. I know this for certain because Yahoo! has recently announced it’s commitment to making Hadoop a commercial platform. Yahoo! has nearly a perfect record of picking winning technologies that have already crossed the finish line.
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Send in the Clouds

What is cloud computing? My views tend somewhat beyond the IT dream of utility computing to the implications that this brings to our everyday lives. How we get from utility computing to were it impacts on us in the “real” world is the purpose of this post. Continue reading

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A Day Being Mark

What is it like to get into the mind of an author that has the unique and superlative ability to illustrate complex technologies in their simplest form – the “Hello World” of Web 3.0 artificial intelligence. A review of “Scripting Intelligence, Web 3.0 Information Gathering and Processing” by Mark Watson from APress. Continue reading

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