Internet.com: “Other major players in the Semantic Web space [in addition to HP, Sun, and IBM] include Mitch Kapor of
Lotus 123 fame and his Open Source Applications Foundation (OSAF),
MovableType.org, Teknowledge and Creative Commons.org,
which is focused on protecting copyrights and privacy.”
This article is so clueless that I don’t know where to start.
(The line that Tim Berners Lee “told W3C members earlier this year that
the Semantic Web is going to be very powerful, and fun” is one
possibility.) If a journalist is so confused that he lumps
together all the players in the paragraph above, I don’t see how
backers of the Semantic Web can possibly succeed with their grand plans.