Malta and the Semantic Wiki

"Of course I know what semantic means." That’s what I said to Jonas, my new colleague. Jonas is not new; I am. I am the newbie at parson communication.

 

"Well," said Jonas and pointed at a document on his computer screen. It looked like a raw version of a Wikipedia page. "Then you know what a semantic wiki is."

"A what?"

Jonas smiled. Then he started to talk about Malta.

Read more in Semantic Wikis. Or: How Malta Became Semantic.

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