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  • Thanks Bev. Very helpful.

    I’m a “Knowledge Architect” working to build semantic tools that normal people can create, curate and work with. Tools that empower people in their everyday lives – at home, work or study. Tools that help them to share and solicit machine readable knowledge from collaborators.

    I will pour over your site, and try to apply your wisdom to my domain – which I like to call “Knowledge Resource Management” or KRM.

    With a little thought we can step-up to Wisdom – when our machines take meaningful actions based on a richly contextual personal view of our data universe.

    And now … I need help. If anyone can understand this. If they’d like to work with us to visualise and deliver new tools that are easy to use, and profoundly powerful … I’d love some help. It’s a lonely road, and all self-funded.

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