Jamie Taylor started one of the first ISPs in San Francisco while developing an Internet laboratory for studying economic equilibria. His goal was to get a better connection at home. He finally got a real job as CTO at DETERMINE Software (now a part of Selectica) helping create order in the unstructured world of Enterprise contract management. He is now helping to organize the world's structured information at Metaweb where he oversees data operations.
"At last, a book that tells what the semantic web can do, rather than explaining how the world might be if, overnight everything on the web suddenly became semantic."
--Neil McNaughton, Oil IT Journal
"...Programming the Semantic Web serves as a solid introduction and survey of the tools and techniques necessary to make it into something worth your effort...I can say that after reading this book, I finally get the concept of semantic data and the relationships it defines...
The examples in this book are quite useful and not too abstract. "
--Thomas Lockney, Amazon.com