Semanlink is a personal information management system based on RDF. It lets you add tags, as well as other RDF metadata, to files, bookmarks and short text notes that it allows to write. Providing a simple way to organize the tags in a graph, it allows you to incrementally define the vocabulary you use when annotating documents with metadata. Read more...
Semanlink, which is built with Jena, has been presented at the Jena User Conference, organized by HP Labs (May 10th and 11th 2006, Bristol, UK). Here is the presentation paper.
2008-07-08: Dimitris Delevegos, has set up a web site about Semanlink, with a lot of content in Greek and English: www.semanlink.info
As a demo, you'll find on this site a subset of my bookmarks. Click the "New Entries" button at the top of this page to see the latest bookmarks that I added, in a page that looks a bit like the main page of a blog. Each bookmark has a creation date, tags, and often a short description (generally an abstract or a quote).