ReadWriteWeb sets out its Top 10 Semantic Web Products of 2009.
Was I excited?
On a personal level I have found a number of these products useful e.g. feedly. And they do represent some interesting development and practical examples of various elements of the semantic toolbox.
But not that exciting.
Working with business executives looking to uderstand the relevance of semantic web to them not sure that this range of products will excite them. In fact don’t think it will.
I am beginning to think that we should think of semantics in terms of a set of tools and standards designed to enable us to get more from the web. Web 3.0 seems to me to suggest a new web – I don’t see that at present.