It is a long established fact that a reader of information infer meaning of what is presented to them, without necessarily having the available knowledge to understand its context. Semantic Internet links meaning to data, so that we may all discuss, develop and contribute to the meaning of things presented in language. From distributed sources where meaning is lost in technical capacities for intepretations, the Semantic Web will provide meaning through Links. We call these systems ontologies, and with Ontologies we make 'linked data'.
Our systems for 'linked data' mean each individual must be respected, with their contributions, their knowledge and intepretations of existing knowledge in a way they can make known to others. We do this by acknowledging identity.
We provide these systems as OpenSource Solutions. We do not seek to own your knowledge, just help you share it with others. We acknowledge economy, and the way economy has always relied upon knowledge of contributors. These systems of Intellectual Contribution, through communications with others in a way that can be understood so that solutions can be found.