On Thu, 25 May 2006 00:08:00 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [ Big Bill ] on Wednesday 24 May 2006 23:37 \__
>> If the Search Engine Roundtable gang can do it, why can't we? Roy,
>> this is probably more up your street than anyone else's, want to look
>> into it at all?
>See the following:
Monsieur Lenssen used to post here on a regular basis, once upon a
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>| # A sort of semantic web, only that some of the data is stored not on
>| your webserver, but on Google's server (an important distinction, Ithink
>| - the competition can't access this meta-data, and it's a bit of a
>| Google lock-in!)
>| # Google becoming a meta search engine, an aggregator of other
>| specialized search engines
>| # Meta-keywords 2.0 ? the trust is build into Google's account system
>| to prevent spamming
>| # Social bookmarking and tagging a la del.icio.us
>As for the former, I could set up a search engines news aggregator, such as:
>We could choose a more impartial domain, I suppose. You know... avoiding the
>dependence on Google (a third-party lockin). The key idea is that several
>feeds of interest get entwined and presented to the group in the form of a
>standard Web page. It's a real-time thing, handled by a PHP feed parser.
>As for the latter (social bookmarking), we could use the Open Source Scuttle.
>Let me know your thoughts...
What do the others think please? Could we make use of this concept in
any way, selfishly or in some way altruistic?