Why LinkedIn should kill the résumé and replace it with the experience graph

Imagine a future where individuals can illustrate their progression of lifelong learning and training and its links to their real-world performance. In this version of the future, the once-ubiquitous

Four Facebook Alternative Alternatives

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/open-source.jpg" class="shot2" /> Now that <a href="https://joindiaspora.com/">Diaspora</a>, which is building an open-source distributed soc

OneSocialWeb: We're Ahead Of Diaspora In The Creation Of An 'Open Facebook'

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/onesocialweb.png" class="shot2" /> For all the <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2010/05/12/diaspora-open-facebook-project/">attention</a>

Yahoo Embraces The Semantic Web – Expect The Internet To Organize Itself In A Hurry

Yahoo’s embrace of all things open continues today – expect an announcement in an hour or so that they are expanding their Open Search Platform that we wrote about last month. In that prev

Google Gathers Social Graph Information From The Web, Launches API

Tens of millions of people have been busy the last few years building Facebook’s most valuable asset – their social graph. As people add friends, and those people add friends, Facebook get

Data is the New Links. Tim Berners-Lee Says Sites That Don't Give Users Their Data Back Are Boring

Who owns your friends (or rather the list of who your friends are and how they are connected to you) has been a big source of debate in the social networking world. Control over that data is what make

SXSW Showdown: Dodgeball Vs. Twitter

Now that South by Southwest 2007 has come to a close I finally have some minutes to write about the two most vaunted services of the show: Twitter and Dodgeball. With both services, users establish a

Web 2.0 This Week (July 24 – 30)

It’s been a fun-filled Web 2.0 week, capped off with BlogHerCon today. Good stuff below. 1. BlogHer Conference on Saturday, July 30, 2005 The BlogHer Conference ’05 is today, at Techmart i
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