After less than a year in beta, Radar Networks is launching version 1.0 of Twine, an interest network" Web application that uses Semantic Web technologies.
It's like a super-Delicious, with a brain.
As one of several start-ups trying to crack the code on building a piece of the semantic Web, its biggest challenge will be attracting users.
With series B funding in place, company prepares public beta of app that organizes people, places, companies, Web pages, and other concepts into "semantic graph."
Twine, an information management service from hitherto stealth start-up Radar Networks, goes beta Friday.
This hilarious mashup of the silent film and iPhone send-up genres shows what happens when a human stands in for the smartphone.
A software developer has created Choosatron, a simple choose-your-own-adventure arcade machine that prints out a record of your story that you can keep.
Foodloop Lace helps you tie up your chicken or turkey without using string.
Computerized sensing platforms can tell you when your dog gets on the sofa or when someone tries to steal your morning newspaper. Throwing stars not included.
CNET Crave writer drafts her pets into modeling a homemade Ewok cat hat based on an Instructables project.