In response to the "Semantic Web Technology" application
classification scheme espoused by ReadWriteWeb
(RWW), emphasized in the post titled: Where are all the RDF-based Semantic Web
Apps?, here is my attempt to clarify and reintroduce what
OpenLink Software offers (today) in
relation to Semantic Web technology.
From the RWW Top-Down category, which I interpret as:
technologies that produce RDF from non RDF data sources. Our product
portfolio is comprised of the following; Virtuoso
Universal Server, OpenLink Data Spaces, OpenLink Ajax
Toolkit, and OpenLink Data Explorer (which includes
Of course you could have simply looked up OpenLink Software's FOAF based Profile page
(*note the Linked Data Explorer tab*), or simply passed the
FOAF profile page URL to a Linked Data aware client application
such as: OpenLink Data Explorer, Zitgist
Viewer, Marbles, and Tabulator, and obtained information.
Remember, OpenLink Software is an Entity of Type: foaf:Organization, on the burgeoning Linked
Data Web :-)
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 10/01/2008 19:09 GMT-0500
Modified: 10/02/2008 15:27 GMT-0500
Categories: Virtual Database ,
Data Access ,
SQL , Semantic Web , Programming , Web Services (Web 2.0)
Comment Status: 3
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML+Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.