Here are a few of the articles that I have written about Semantic Web topics (with more to follow).
- Not another Mapping Markup language!
- Semantic Development Environments
- Volunteers Wanted
- Openlink White Paper on LinqToRdf
- Announcing LinqToRdf v0.8
- LinqToRdf v0.7.1 and RdfMetal
- Announcing LinqToRdf v0.7
- Announcing LinqToRdf v0.6
- Announcing LinqToRdf v0.5
- SPARQL Tutorial on IBM DeveloperWorks
- Announcing LinqToRdf 0.3 and LinqToRdf Designer 0.3
- Semantic Web Visual Designer for Visual Studio .NET
- LinqToRdf v0.2 Released
- LinqToRdf now supported on Visual Studio.Net 2008 beta 2
- LinqToRdf – Designing a Query Provider
- LinqToRdf Progress Update 2007-06-05
- LinqToRdf – SPARQL Query Generation
- Creating a LINQ Query Provider
- Using RDF and C# to create an MP3 Manager – Part 3
- Using RDF and C# to create an MP3 Manager – Part 2
- Using RDF and C# to create an MP3 Manager – Part 1
- A Simple Semantic Web Application in C#
- Converting Jena to .NET
- Are you sublime or ridiculous?
- Domain Modeling and Ontology Engineering
- C#, Domain Models and the Semantic Web
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You can see from the chart that it has fallen slightly over the last few years. Doubtless this is due to the misconception that semantic web is still an academic ivory tower. As the chart from Neilsen BuzzMetrics shows, the rate of semantic web blogging has picked up in the last 6 months, so you might conclude that the initial hype and hysteria is being transformed into genuine interest. Let’s hope so.