My company, Radar Networks, is coming out of stealth this Friday, October 19, 2007 at the Web 2.0 Summit, in San Francisco. I’ll be speaking on "The Semantic Edge Panel" at 4:10 PM, and publicly showing our Semantic Web online service for the first time. If you are planning to come to Web 2.0, I hope to see you at my panel.
Here’s the official Media Alert below:
October 15, 2007 — At the Web2.0 Summit on October 19th, Radar
Networks will announce a revolutionary new service that uses the power
of the emerging Semantic Web to enable a smarter way of sharing,
organizing and finding information. Founder and CEO Nova Spivack will
also give the first public preview of Radar’s application, which is one
of the first examples of “Web 3.0” – the next-generation of the Web, in
which the Web begins to function more like a database, and software
grows more intelligent and helpful.
Join Nova as he participates in “The Semantic Edge” panel discussion
with esteemed colleagues including Powerset’s Barney Pell and Metaweb’s
Daniel Hillis, moderated by Tim O’Reilly.
Radar Networks Founder and CEO Nova Spivack
Friday, October 19, 2007
4:10 – 4:55 p.m.
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94105
I wish so badly that I could come! I’m sure it will be in the news though, if they feel that your announcement will be even 1% as important as I anticipate it being.
Break a leg, Nova.
Congrats on the work leading up to this moment.
Any chance of getting a video or podcast of the session?
Best of luck Nova. I’m following your launch with glee from afar.
That’s great news! Please make available whatever materials possible from your presentation to aid your fellow bloggers in blogging about this event 🙂