“The idea of a semantic web was proposed over a decade ago. Now a triumvirate of internet heavyweights—Google, Twitter and Facebook—are making it real.” The New Scientist says that while a semantic web will help searchers get better responses to complex queries, the main beneficiaries will be advertisers: “‘The whole play is about advertising,’ says Alex Iskold of Adaptive Blue, a New York-based start-up that focuses on semantic technologies. ‘Better data will mean better ads.’ So advertisers may seize on the capabilities promised by tools like Shinavier’s to probe consumer tastes in specific regions. Facebook’s semantic tags will also appeal to advertisers, who can use them to explore the connections between users and interests.”
France’s notorious disregard for washing gradually changed as military authorities and public schools promoted a modern regime of cleanliness.
Rooted in Vedic philosophy, "anupalabdhi" — or "non-apprehension" — can help you exploit gaps in the market.
Science and technology were making early modern Europe a better place to live, but at what cost?
Step 1: Don't solve the wrong problem.
Chronic pain is often driven by brain processes that can be reprogrammed.