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A number presentation on how the Internet grows and the notion that the next big thing is us controlling the immense amount of data and information.

A number presentation on how the Internet grows and the notion that the next big thing is us controlling the immense amount of data and information.

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  • Putting the Web into Context
  • Joost Hietbrink? www.linkedin.com/in/joosthietbrink
  • September 2006
  • The success of the Web is leading to many new challenges and opportunities in the area of data management. It has lead to new data formats such as XML and RDF which require specific storage and management techniques that are different from those needed for classical relational data. It has also lead to new ways of efficiently integrating and transforming existing data sources such that it can be efficiently published on the Web. On the other hand, techniques have been developed to integrate data already available on the Web to enrich your own data. In this case different issues become more important such as the fact that the data is more distributed, in more different formats, both structured and semi-structured, and the matching criteria for connecting the data from the different sources is far less obvious. Also completely new ways of dealing with data have evolved, such as the Semantic Web, which entails the problem of meta-data management, and Linked Open Data, which allows the publication of your own data such that it can be easily linked with other data that is published in the same way. In this symposium we intend to address some developments in both industry and the academic world that will lead to new opportunities for enterprise applications.
  • Putting the Web into Context
  • EVERY DAY
  • 300 new iPhone apps 1.000.000.000 downloads 9 months
  • 3,000 new books
  • 5,000 new tech startups
  • 900,000 new blog posts
  • 5,500 new songs (only o cial cd releases)
  • 100,000 new videos 13 hours uploaded every minute 412.3 years to watch every video
  • 10,000,000 tweets
  • 3.710.384 followers
  • 3.710.384 followers
  • 3710384 230000 AmberAlertNL @aplusk
  • 50,000,000 new photos 3,600,000,000 photos on ickr
  • Netcraft # of (web)sites (september) 225,000,000 168,750,000 112,500,000 56,250,000 0 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009
  • Google index # of (web)pages: 16.000.000 1996: 8.000.000.000 x125 2005: 1.000.000.000.000 2008:
  • Google index # of (web)pages: 16.000.000 1996: 8.000.000.000 x125 2005: 1.000.000.000.000 2008:
  • Putting the Web into Context
  • Putting the Web into Context
  • Paris Hilton
  • Filter verbal context, social context, time, ...
  • “I have a dream for the Web in which computers become capable of analyzing all the data on the Web – the content, links, and transactions between people and computers.” Tim Berners-Lee, 1999
  • “The next big thing people need is some more organization on the Internet.” Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz on CNBC, 10 sept 2009
  • Questions?
  • Credits Tim Has (eways.nl) (for some of the slides) The Internet (for the rest)