Posts Tagged ‘Radar Networks’

Evri Ties the Knot with Twine — Twine CEO Comments and Analysis

March 11th, 2010

Today I am announcing that my company, Radar Networks, and its flagship product, Twine, have been acquired by Evri. TechCrunch broke the story here. This acquisition consolidates two leading providers of semantic discovery and search. It is also the culmination of a long and challenging venture to pioneer the adoption of the consumer Semantic Web. […]

Eliminating the Need for Search – Help Engines

January 16th, 2010

We are so focused on how to improve present-day search engines. But that is a kind of mental myopia. In fact, a more interesting and fruitful question is why do people search at all? What are they trying to accomplish? And is there a better way to help them accomplish that than search? Instead of […]

Twine "T2" – Latest Demo Screenshots (Internal Alpha)

December 21st, 2009

This is a series of screenshots that demo the latest build of the consumer experience and developer tools for Twine.com’s “T2″ semantic search product. This is still in internal alpha — not released to public yet. Twine T2 Demo & Dev Tools (Screenshots Series) View more presentations from Twine.com.

The Road to Semantic Search — The Twine.com Story

December 21st, 2009

This is the story of Twine.com — our early research (with never before seen screenshots of our early semantic desktop work), and our evolution from Twine 1.0 towards Twine 2.0 (“T2″) which is focused on semantic search. A Yarn About Twine — ISWC 2009 Keynote — Nova Spivack View more presentations from Twine.com.

The Evolution of the Web: Past, Present, Future

December 21st, 2009

This is a talk I have given many times, on the past, present and future evolution of the Web, and particularly the Semantic Web. Web Evolution Nova Spivack Twine View more presentations from Twine.com.

The Next Generation of Web Search — Search 3.0

May 22nd, 2009

The next generation of Web search is coming sooner than expected. And with it we will see several shifts in the way people search, and the way major search engines provide search functionality to consumers. Web 1.0, the first decade of the Web (1989 – 1999), was characterized by a distinctly desktop-like search paradigm. The […]

Sneak Peak – Siri — Interview with Tom Gruber

May 15th, 2009

Sneak Preview of Siri – The Virtual Assistant that will Make Everyone Love the iPhone, Part 2: The Technical Stuff In Part-One of this article on TechCrunch, I covered the emerging paradigm of Virtual Assistants and explored a first look at a new product in this category called Siri. In this article, Part-Two, I interview […]

Twine's Explosive Growth

February 6th, 2009

Twine has been growing at 50% per month since launch in October. We've been keeping that quiet while we wait to see if it holds. VentureBeat just noticed and did an article about it. It turns out our January numbers are higher than Compete.com estimates and February is looking strong too. We have a slew […]

Fast Company Interview — "Connective Intelligence"

December 8th, 2008

In this interview with Fast Company, I discuss my concept of "connective intelligence." Intelligence is really in the connections between things, not the things themselves. Twine facilitates smarter connections between content, and between people. This facilitates the emergence of higher levels of collective intelligence.

Interest Networks are at a Tipping Point

October 20th, 2008

UPDATE: There’s already a lot of good discussion going on around this post in my public twine. I’ve been writing about a new trend that I call “interest networking” for a while now. But I wanted to take the opportunity before the public launch of Twine on Tuesday (tomorrow) to reflect on the state of […]

The Next Evolution of the Bookmark — Beyond Del.icio.us?

August 1st, 2008

I just posted an article on how bookmarking is evolving, in response to the discussion about "Who Bookmarks Anymore?" that I found on Techmeme. Del.icio.us was a start. Twine is taking it somewhere new. Read about it on my public twine, here.

Life in Perpetual Beta: The Film

June 11th, 2008

Melissa Pierce is a filmmaker who is making a film about "Life in Perpetual Beta." It’s about how people who are adapting and reinventing themselves in the moment, and a new philosophy or approach to life. She’s interviewed a number of interesting people, and while I was in Chicago recently, she spoke with me as […]

Video of my Presentation at The Next Web 2008 Conference

June 3rd, 2008

Here is the full video of my talk on the Semantic Web at The Next Web 2008 Conference. Thanks to Boris and the NextWeb gang!

Tagging and the Semantic Web: Tags as Objects

May 22nd, 2008

John Mills, one of the engineers behind Twine, recently wrote up an interesting article discussing our approach to semantic tags. It’s a good read for folks who think about the Semantic Web and tags.

If Social Networks Were Like Cars…

May 17th, 2008

I have been thinking a lot about social networks lately, and why there are so many of them, and what will happen in that space. Today I had what I think is a "big realization" about this. Everyone, including myself, seems to think that there is only room for one big social network, and it […]

Video of my Talk at Digital Now

April 25th, 2008

This is a video of my talk at the Digital Now conference in Orlando yesterday. There’s a long intro by Don Dea, and then I speak (starting at index 05:14) about the Semantic Web and Twine.

Great Collective Intelligence Book; Includes a Chapter I Wrote

April 23rd, 2008

I highly recommend this new book on Collective Intelligence. It features chapters by a Who’s Who of thinkers on Collective Intelligence, including a chapter by me about “Harnessing the Collective Intelligence of the World Wide Web.” Here is the full-text of my chapter, minus illustrations (the rest of the book is great and I suggest […]

Great Article about Benefits of Twine from a Beta User

April 16th, 2008

If you are interested in hearing about how some users are using the Twine invite-only beta test, here is a great article about why one user migrated to Twine from del.icio.us.

Cool Twine Fan Video by a High-School Student

April 15th, 2008

I was pleasantly surprised to see a very nice fan video for Twine created by a high-school student who is in our beta test. It gives the flavor of Twine and is really nice.

A Few Predictions for the Near Future

April 12th, 2008

This is a five minute video in which I was asked to make some predictions for the next decade about the Semantic Web, search and artificial intelligence. It was done at the NextWeb conference and was a fun interview. Learning from the Future with Nova Spivack from Maarten on Vimeo.

My Visit to DERI — World's Premier Semantic Web Research Institute

March 26th, 2008

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to visit, and speak at, the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), located in Galway, Ireland. My hosts were Stefan Decker, the director of the lab, and John Breslin who is heading the SIOC project. DERI has become the world’s premier research institute for the Semantic Web. Everyone working […]

Twine Perspective on Yahoo Semantic Web Search Announcement

March 13th, 2008

The Beginning of the Mainstream Semantic Web? It is being reported that Yahoo will be indexing a wide array of structured metadata, including Semantic Web metadata. This will make Yahoo’s search index potentially better than Google’s, although it will also open their index up to sophisticated attempts to “game the system” as well that will […]

Do You Want Early Access to the Twine Beta?

March 8th, 2008

Special offer to readers of my blog… There are now well over 30,000 users in the queue to get into the Twine beta. We’re going to start letting people in from the waiting list in waves and it should take about a month or two to let everyone in. But what good is a waiting […]

Insightful Article About Twine

March 6th, 2008

Carla Thompson, an analyst for Guidewire Group, has written what I think is a very insightful article about her experience participating in the early-access wave of the Twine beta. We are now starting to let the press in and next week we will begin to let waves of people in from our over 30,000 user […]

My Commentary: Radar Networks Raises $13M for Twine

February 25th, 2008

I am pleased to announce that my company Radar Networks, has raised a $13M Series B investment round to grow our product, Twine. The investment comes from Velocity Interactive Group, DFJ, and Vulcan. Ross Levinsohn — the man who acquired and ran MySpace for Fox Interactive — will be joining our board. I’m very excited […]

Video of My Semantic Web Talk

February 12th, 2008

This is a video of me giving commentary on my "Understanding the Semantic Web" talk and how it relates to Twine, to a group of French business school students who made a visit to our office last month. Here is the link to the video, if the embedded version below does not play. Nova Spivack […]

Video – 3 Questions for Nova Spivack

January 30th, 2008

SciVestor is a new analyst firm. This is a short video in which I answer 3 questions about the Semantic Web and Radar Networks.

Fun With CoolWhip: The Twine Crunchies Video

January 19th, 2008

The Crunchies are done. At Radar Networks we are really honored to have our product, Twine.com, nominated as a finalist for Best Technology Innovation of 2007. It was very cool to see our Twine logo up there on stage next to Facebook, Digg, LinkedIn and so many other incredible companies — especially considering we were […]

A Nice Video Intro to The Semantic Web for Non-Geeks

January 14th, 2008

Question: What do you do if you’re not a computer scientist but you are interested in understanding what all this Semantic Web stuff is about? Answer: Watch this video!

Help the Semantic Web Win the Crunchies

January 3rd, 2008

As I blogged earlier, my company’s product, Twine.com, has been nominated as a finalist for the Best Technology Achievement of 2007 in the TechCrunch Crunchies awards. You can vote once per day, per browser, it appears (they have a very scientific voting process it seems), so please cast your vote for Twine (and the Semantic […]