Metaweb Technologies, Inc. was a San Francisco-based company that developed Freebase, described as an "open, shared database of the world's knowledge". The company, founded by Danny Hillis in 2005, was acquired by Google in 2010. Although Metaweb no longer exists as a separate corporate entity, Freebase and its associated website continue to be provided as an open database under Metaweb's original CC-BY licensing terms.
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  • At SMX East; Presenting on Google and the Semantic Web

    … to longer and more complex queries, it’s the future of Google. I’m presenting on it this morning at the Javit’s Center in Manhattan at SMX (Search Marketing Expo) East, in a session titled “Hummingbird and the Entity Revolution” I drove up here from Virginia, and spent the weekend visiting my family. I visited Princeton Campus early Sunday Morning…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Seain Google Twitter- 8 readers -
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