After less than a year, Radar Networks is going from beta to version 1.0 of its Twine "interest network" Web application based on Semantic Web technologies. "We are not spending four years in beta," said Radar Networks CEO Nova Spivack. "We have a minimal set of features ready for prime time."
The minimal set of interest network features allows Twine users to track and discover relevant organizations, products, people, places, tags, and items, such as photos, documents, and recipes, that match their interests. Twine has a social dimension in the way it leverages … Read more