“Web 3.0,” The Multimedia Maven, June 22, 2009. You know timing really is everything. Just the other day, I explained the semantic web. At the time, I didn’t realize how many projects were already near completion to help those predictions about more intelligent computers to come true. Well, CIRCULATE is the product CircLabs of three entrepreneurs who want to take us into the POST-search world. The project is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

In other words, the computers will no longer need you to continuously put words into a search engine. They will be smart enough to basically keep track of you and provide the information it thinks you want. The computer will connect the dots in your virtual life and make suggestions based on the data it has about you.

Collecta is real time search now, that’s where Google meets Twitter. Circulate is beyond real time and shifts to the future, what happens after you search, that’s where Google meets Epic 2015.

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