TODO: organize this page
evidence of the increasing capabilities of robots
"meet the nigerian email grifters" http://www.wired.com/culture/lifestyle/news/2002/07/53818
and here's FOAF-a-matic http://www.ldodds.com/foaf/foaf-a-matic
Just a couple of points. Although the business models of these networks are closed at the moment, the data, at least Ecademy FOAF, is not and freely available. Any network or application that wishes to use this FOAF can do so.
Scott suggests that FOAF from these networks allow inter-network links only. True, but if you look ay my Ecademy FOAF at: http://ecademy.com/module.php?mod=network&op=foafrdf&uid21496 you will see an rdfs:seeAlso element which links to my personal FOAF. Using this consuming applications can easily traverse from the network to the wild and back.
Comment by Victor Lindesay ? 1/9/2004 @ 2:56 am
Wrong again - bug report please - the comment post is stripping the URL. &u21496 is ending up as &u=21496.
http://www.huminity.com http://www.ecademy.com/node.php?id16006 http://www.zopto.com/ http://www.stargeek.com/item/56310.html?parent_id=607 http://xml.mfd-consult.dk/foaf/explorer/ http://sbp.f2o.org/2003/foafq http://slashster.sourceforge.net/ http://www.nutch.org/ http://mrn.polityresearch.com/
A bunch of Paul Graham essays are good. Take them with a grain of salt, though.
most awesome commercial ever?
Other special interest links pages on this site:
rather funny: http://fellowcraft.ytmnd.com/