We've been given screencasts of the new version of this knowledge management application - screencasts of both the consumer- and developer-facing facets of the site. Take a look, and let us know if the new Twine lives up to expectations. This new version, we are told, will be live by the end of the year.
The consumer product promises to supplant keyword search by treating the web like a huge database, with filtering capabilities that allow users to pare down search results to only the most relevant, applicable, and useful links.
Developers and other techies can check out this screencast exploring Twine's collaboratively authored ontologies:
The Twine folks see the new version as a realization of Tim Berners-Lee's vision of the semantic web. So what do ReadWriteWeb readers think; is the new Twine worth the wait? Does it live up to the hype? Leave your expert comments below.