The Semantic Library

I casually mentioned the semantic web the other day at the OLA Superconference in Toronto while speaking on a panel wth Michael Stephens and Amanda Etches-Johnson. I was trying to drive home the point that, as libraries, we ought to be much more clued in to such inevitabilities than we are (and if the semantic web doesn’t unfurl like Tim Berners-Lee envisions, it will be something equally as potent).

Late October, I also spoke about the “Semantic Library” at a Connecticut Library Consortium symposium.

So I was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled upon this gem:


via Seth Godin (and Alan Gray).

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