Innovations do happen at the intersections. One such innovation happened at the intersection between SEO, Content writing and the Semantic Web. It is called WordLift. Below are my notes and thoughts about the experience I had with WordLift, going down the rabbit hole of linking, linking and … linking people, concepts, things and ideas, inContinue Weaving
Our relationships define us
The semantic web is about connections. We are defined by our relationships on different levels (with things, with people, with topics). Both offline and online we constantly enter and exit static and dynamic relationships, creating open systems of new or existing contexts, connections and meanings.
The beauty of this expanding interconnectedness is that we are its creators. We are the poets of networks, communities, hubs of shared values and interests. It is in this poiesis of relationships that new threads emerge, forming new shapes, and enriching the environment with newly connected dots.
Fortunately, the web allows more and more for precisely these connections to be represented and considered within the context of our behaviour and interactions.
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The year is 2068. Your fridge is desperately trying to buy potatoes as per your robot cook’s request, whose algorithms have found the best recipe on the Web for a potato gratin. And just before you start entertaining the thought of having a wonderful dinner thanks to the Internet of Things (that is the InternetContinue Weaving
When the Rhetorical Triangle Met the 4 Vs of Data I believe the characteristics of data and the principles of Rhetorics can create a special mix for communicating effectively on the web. What follows is a map of a thought journey across times and disciplines at the end of which I hope lies a deeper understanding of how content writing can serveContinue Weaving
Thinking in broader context when it comes to content writing may take some more time and effort but that’s a small price to pay for the benefit of the resulting ability to create: texts rich enough to truly serve you to connect an environment that is right for your stories to grow (i.e. to attract more participants)Continue Weaving