I wanted to pass along a link to a potentially useful list of people involved in semantic Web projects. The idea behind semantics is to make content findable, and we applaud those who are working to address what is a chronic problem for many people and most organizations. You can locate the list on the Semantic Web Web site. Publicly accessible list provides basic biographical information and a picture for 100 individuals. On the list are Seth Grimes, who is a well known figure in text analytics and the content processing space, and Mills Davis, whose reports with eye popping data have become a ready reference for many professionals. And there are 98 other people a click away. To access the list, point your browser at the “Semantic Web 100”. We bookmarked this useful resource.
Kenneth Toth, July 1, 2010