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Semantically Webbed Seattle Kickoff May Meetup with Alex Iskold - AdaptiveBlue

  • May 6, 2009 · 6:30 PM
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Agenda: [masked]: Jillian McRae - Semantically Webbed related opening remarks, infrastructure issues, get folks to sign up for the meet up [masked]: Alex Iskold Presentation [masked]: Mingling Speaker:
Alex Iskold is founder and CEO of AdaptiveBlue (http://getglue.com)..., a New York-based startup focused on semantic browsing technologies.Alex is also a Feature Writer for a popular technology blog ReadWriteWeb.com.He was named among top 40 technologists under 40 by Computer World in 2007.Alex frequently speaks at the industry events about semantic web, cloud computing,widgets and social networks. Talk:
Overview of Glue (http://getglue.com...) and AdaptiveBlue semantic technologies.Will include Glue product demo, followed by detailed discussion of the underlying architecture and the algorithms that we are using. Mingle (something like "Social Web"):


  • Define common ground
  • Checking on folks who will be going to the June conference in San Jose and what those who aren't able to attend might be interested in finding out.
  • Take inventory of skills, technologies and interests
  • Define some goals (even if it is not more than just getting together for brain-dumps).

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    A former member

    Great to have a speaker who has been in this area for a while kick things off. Also nice to see a demo of their product in order to show one example of what semantic technology can do.

    May 8, 2009

  • Linda

    It's nice to find other people in Seattle who are interested in the same things that I am and curious about this thing called semantic web.

    May 6, 2009

  • Jill M.

    Serendipitous. I wish that I could lay claim to the kizmit that brought this all together, but I would be squarely off the mark. The venue, speaker and the stampede of great participants came together for an insightful and enjoyable evening. The experience left me feeling oh so much better about the possibilities.

    May 6, 2009

  • Gary C.

    Good folks, good venue

    May 6, 2009

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