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    Honeypot to Semantic Web interest group at the BBC Honeypot to Semantic Web interest group at the BBC Presentation Transcript

    • Honeypot Personalised BBC Programmes and Topics and.... Simon Cross - Principal Web Developer, bbc.co.uk “The state of the Semantic Web at the BBC”, Weds 30th July 2008
    • Syndication and Personalisation Socialness on top of Semantics
    • Honeypot IS.... Small, Fast, Agile Just 2 Developers + UX&D Support Prototypal focus, but with publicly released results
    • Why? Too many Programmes Too many Topics ....Too many ‘Content Objects’ Tags, Formats, Genres only get us so far...
    • Why? • Need to Personalise to make sense of it all • So, store collections of content around a User • Enables Content Discovery • Enables Content Sharing • Social on top of Semantics