This is interesting. Here is a company called Radar Networks that attempted to get a project off the ground called Twine
It was meant to be a social networking site that intended to use Natural Language Processing to, at the very least, aid users in categorizing their
Then I found this short blurb that helps to explain what happened to Twine
There are other links out there for those that wish to pursue that further.
But what I find is most interesting, is that there seems to be some very quiet but super-intense competition out there right now, to see who will
successfully make this stuff work, and get people excited and in to using it. Very interesting to watch, indeed, seems like folks are really racing to
homestead the web.
Wagon trains, Ho!
Oh, and by the way, the folks that I am finding that are in to this stuff all seem to have ties to orgs like DARPA...
Nova (Ed. The guy that created Twine) has worked at Individual, Xerox/Kurzweil, Thinking Machines, and also with SRI International on the DARPA CALO
program and nVention.
Hmmmm. Seems this is all developing based on a theme.
Well, guys, at least thanks for making this all the most interesting thing that is happening on the web. For good or bad.
I sincerely appreciate the education that I am getting by proxy.
You must realize that if folks really began to get a whiff of what this all means and how we are all involved in it; their heads would pop. Just like
Oh, and if you look at that 'shrinkwrapradio' article you will find that Nova, the creator of Twine, is also the disciple of a 'secret' Tibetan
P.S. Oh my God! Soylent Green is
made from people!
edit on 14-11-2012 by Xoanon because: run!