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Web 3.0 Manifesto Published – Suggest a Web 3.0 App and Win a Defrag Ticket!

Project10X has just published a “Web 3.0 Manifesto”. It’s a kind of sequel to their Semantic Wave 2008 report released in January this year. Mills Davis, Managing Director of Project10X, told us via email that the new manifesto “reveals how semantic technologies will drive product and service opportunities in the next stage of the internet.”

You can download the Executive Summary here. We got a look at the whole report and it is packed full of great data, including the two top 10 lists of Semantic Web opportunities detailed below.

Also in this post we’re giving away 3 free tickets to Defrag for the best suggestions in the comments for ‘web 3.0’ apps. See below for more details.

Top-10 List [of Semantic technology opportunities] — Consumer

1 Interest networking

2 Semantic social networking

3 Semantic bookmarks

4 Semantic search & QA

5 Semantic desktop / webtop

6 Semantic blogs, wikis

7 Semantic identity management

8 Semantic mobility

9 Semantic email & IM

10 Reality browsing, avatars, & context-aware games

Top-10 List — Enterprise

1 Information sharing

2 Semantic search, discovery, & navigation

3 Semantic mashups and composite applications

4 Semantic infrastructure / middleware SSOA, SBPM, SWS, virtualization, policy-based computing

5 Semantic business intelligence

6 Semantic ERP applications CRM, PLM, SCM, HRM

7 Semantic governance, compliance, & risk

8 Semantic web sites, wikis, collaboration, interest networking, & collective knowledge systems

9 Semantic advertising, marketing, personalization, & customization

10 Intelligent systems knowledge-based research, design, engineering, simulation, planning, scheduling, optimization, & decision support.

Win a Ticket to Defrag

Totally unrelated to Project10X’s report, but we just happen to have 3 tickets to the Defrag conference in Denver Nov 3-4 to give away. To win one, simply leave a comment in this post detailing what kind of ‘Web 3.0’ app you wish to see developed. You can use the above top 10 lists as inspiration, or wing it 😉

The best 3 as chosen by our editors will win a full ticket to Defrag.

UPDATE: Thanks everyone for the great comments. The 3 winners of the Defrag passes are:

Scott Brinker

Jesse Wilkins

Edward Benson

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