Twine Is Absent Use Gmail

There are a lot of people waiting impatiently to become part of the private beta of Twine, one of the first semantic web applications available. We’ve combed the web, but invites are scarce. There is a long waiting list to take part in Twine. From the comments of the people behind the application, Twine is a far from becoming fully functional.

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Triple Twine And Comments By Nova Spivack

We found another post on Twine. This is an analysis of what has been posted on the web and blogs. It isn’t a review of Twine since the author hasn’t been able to test it yet. We found it a good digest on what has been published on Twine. It’s too bad that it isn’t an actual review of the service itself.

Peter Rip, one of the VCs behind Radar Networks, give his own impression of Twine. He doesn’t yet use it to its full potential, however he does mention ways that he sends information to Twine. By sending bcc copies of some emails and by using a Twine bookmarklet.

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More On Twine

We’ve discovered a newish article on Read Write Web on Twine. It includes a bit more information about Twine, it’s functions and usability.

Twine was created by RadarNetworks. It’s been in private beta since October 2007. This article gives us a bit more information about the app, but it’s still vague in what it can do. There are a lot of grand goals that they want to accomplish with Twine. Time will tell if Twine will deliver.

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Twine is a semantic web application. It’s still in private beta (invite only) and has been for a while.

Twine aggregates emails, bookmarks, documents, contacts, photos, videos, product info, data records, and more. Twine actually understands the meaning of any information you add in, it helps you organize all your stuff automatically. Finally, you can search and browse everything and everyone you know, about anything, in one convenient place.

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We were intrigued to learn of Pyke. The artificial intelligence angle got our interest. From the documentation on the website, Pyke is an inference engine completely written in Python. Simplistically, an inference engine is what an expert system uses to make decisions.

Let’s remind ourselves what exactly an inference engine is:

In computer science, and specifically the branches of knowledge engineering and artificial intelligence, an inference engine is a computer program that tries to derive answers from a knowledge base. It is the “brain” that expert systems use to reason about the information in the knowledge base for the ultimate purpose of formulating new conclusions. Inference engines are considered to be a special case of reasoning engines, which can use more general methods of reasoning.

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The GitWiki is a great resource in information about Git.

Git is a modern distributed version control system focused on speed, efficacy and real-world usability on large projects. More generally, Git can serve as a general tool for directory content tracking.

Git was created by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net. It is currently maintained by Junio C. Hamano.

From the wiki page:

Git is a distributed revision control / software configuration management project created by Linus Torvalds. It should not be confused with GIT (GNU Interactive Tools), a Norton Commander-like file manager created by Tudor Hulubei and Andrei Pitis.

Git’s design was inspired by BitKeeper and Monotone.[2][3] Git was originally designed only as a low-level engine that others could use to write front ends such as Cogito or StGIT.[4] However, the core Git project has since become a complete revision control system that is usable directly.[5] Several high-profile software projects now use Git for revision control, most notably the Linux kernel.[6]

Git’s current software maintenance is overseen by Junio Hamano. Released under the GNU General Public License, version 2, Git is free software.

ViralOne Still Alive

This blog is still active in my mind. You can always consult the memetics tab on

I’ve just designed a quick header image and chosen a new theme. More to be posted soon.

The Viral Nature Of The Minds Of Children, Part I

Since I have extremely interested in memetics, I have opened a keen eye to the way that the children interact with each other, and what influences them. Most importantly, I have watched to see memes transmitted from one child’s mind to another quite easily.

To further this aim, I have created a new channel on The Memoirs (Memetics). In this channel, I will also reprint most of my original articles from ViralOne, so that they are all located on one blog.

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Viral Nature of the minds of Children

We are sorry for the lack of updates, but we have just moved to Asia. In the last few months, we have also had the time to ponder a few new ideas. One of us is working with children and we have had time to examine some of the viral aspects of children’s minds. We will be posting an article on this later on this week.

How To Translate The New Into The Old

In this article, we examine why it is so hard to translate the new forms of marketing into old media results. And what to do in order to be able to have the right kind of results.

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