A few weeks back I had a chance to speak with Alex Iskold, founder of AdaptiveBlue - the makers of Glue. Glue is a Firefox add-on that I think gets us closer to how we really want our Internet experience. Please feel free to check out my latest Inc.com column that goes into what Glue is and why I think it could be "the thing" we need.
Alex and I had a really interesting conversation where he shared his take on what the semantic web is and what it means to us. He also talks about how Glue brings the network(s) to the individual, allowing us to congregate, collaborate and communicate around things we're interested in - be it a movie, book, restaurant or anything else we're interested in.
As the amount of information (and people) continues to grow exponentially, the ramifications for this kind approach to social networking has the potential of presenting us with information in a much more efficient way. So check out the conversation with Alex below, or feel free to download the mp3 by clicking here.